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We are getting married! YES! We are!

3 years. That is how long (or rather how soon) it took for us to decide to take a step further. Spending the rest of our lives together, through better or worst, in sickness or health... was really not a difficult decision. Somehow along the way, early into this relationship, we knew where we would end up - MARRIED! Having been through two relationships (for both of us), we knew exactly what we are looking for. So... wala! The end product: Mr & Mrs Lim Chun Hwa... :)

Sounds too good to be true? Yeah.... I sometimes feel so too. But, it was definitely not love at first sight!
Anyway... I am hoping with this journal, we can share our joy and our story with all of you (for those who are interested lah! Hee!). This is no fairy tale... but it will become a chapter in our lives to remember! I am enjoying every minute.... and every second of it! Woo Hoo!


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