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Jess & Russ

Jess & Russ
She bought a Smashing Pumpkins album, painted stars on her bedroom ceiling, and felt emotional. He kissed a real girl at the annual latin camp dance social. Spoiler alert: he didn't marry her. Almost four years ago, fate and a few mouse clicks brought Russ Maschmeyer and Jessica Hische together. They went from complete strangers to inseparable companions in work and love. This is how it all began.

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