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101 Things to Do with Your Husband (rather than watch TV)

101 Things to Do with Your Husband (rather than watch TV)
101 Things do to with your husband, rather than watch TV. Matt and I will be celebrating our 11 year wedding anniversary this June 30th. I’m as crazy for the guy as I was the day I laid eyes on him. I remember seeing Matt in early 1998 and thinking to myself, “That’s the kind of guy I want to be with.” Fate had its hand in securing that later that year and my life was suddenly “complete.” Here we are – almost 15 years later – and most nights (OK, all of them!) So – without further adieu… Bike ride – around the block or out and about! Author: Audrey McClelland Audrey left the fashion world of Donna Karan International in NYC to raise her brood of boys (4 of them, 9 and under) and a baby girl in her home state of Rhode Island.

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