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Yeah...beautiful song! Ive sang at many weddings. A small group of us sang at Karen Wallins wedding (was hockey/fb cheerleader with her) on deck of "Copper Top" church in Duluth, MN, & this was one song. Kent Sailsted was main singer & guitarist. Weze LaFrance (Ann Ogg) & I sang that John Denver/Placido D song (Perfect Love ?), at a wedding. I sang sing from Evergreen/Barbara Streisand song, & mant times sang "Our Father". Sang "Ave Maria" at Katy (Dwyer/ Gorghuber wedding. Think thete was about 4 or 500! Mrs Aufderheide paid for voice lessons for me so i could "nail it"-(i was nervous...but went well). Sang at Tammy & Erics wedding beautiful red bridesmaids dresses. Tammy looked beautiful (but when doesn't she?!). I sang "Wind Beneath My Wings". Sang at sister Kath & Paul O wedding, Amy Grant song, "Doubly Good", &, I think "Our Father". Kathy was so beautiful sweet! We wore gorgeous dark pink satin dresses! I was humbled to be in Susie (P's) Johnson wedding with beautiful blue bridesmaid dresses! Oh, Susie remind- ed me of Princess Di! Jim & Susie handsome couple! I was also in & sang at other weddings. My hubby, Moe, we had small church wedding, but we are really wanting a huge bash for a renewal of vows in a year or two! Anyway...geesh. Look how that 1 reminder of 1 song sent me to think & feel & dream other s! Boy, if ANYONE has ANY tapes or videos of me songing at these, i sure would LOVE a copy! I have that silly )but benign thing on my cords. Cant sing. Moes Dad was preacher * sang in Gospel group that traveled country! Moe & his whole family can SING..(but they dont do a whole lot of FB, as well as my kids). I would LOVE to have tape. Or tape of our St Michael guitar group! Susie was kind enough to send me a couple choir cd's, to which i am so grateful! OK. I'LL stop. I take a break from my book writing, & then babble on to you folks! Sorry, but thanks. Have a blessed day! maxi dresses for weddings

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