cheer | ch i(ə)r| noun  something that causes such feelings

Happy Easter to you and yours!


  1. lamudie says:

    lovelove love the pictures moaneymoaney…thanks for coming early and helping to set up..turned out great because of you! XO

  2. Cindy Knull says:

    That first image rocks so hard! Looks like a great time was had by all! Missing those palm trees pretty bad right now. :/

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Have a Happy and safe 4th of July!