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A young bride took a walk. Trees rustled and birds chirping. She thought of the past twenty years of her life. She remembered pre-school graduation and how proud she had been receiving that diploma. Memories of middle school flooded her mind; her first kiss and the beginning of her adolescence. She remembered starting high school; all the ups and downs, her first boyfriend and learning who her true friends were. She remembered the mixed emotions that had come with graduation day. Memories of the day she left for college came to mind. She has said good-bye to everything she had known and entered a new chapter of her life. She thought of the pride she had felt ace-ing her first exam. She remembered the heartbreak she had when her fiancée had broken up with her days before their wedding. She hadn’t had thoughts of him for a while. She doubted the step she was taking today in marriage. She headed back to the church and was fighting with herself the whole time. She walked up the steps of the church and the door flew open and a man ran right into her. Startled, she looked up. The man was her old fiancé. The moment they locked eyes she knew he was the one. The two caught up on lost time as they walked into the setting sun.

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