Scott Hardie | January 25, 2002
When I sat down before class yesterday, the woman to my left started chatting with me like she usually does. She asked how my Wednesday had been. When I told her that Kelly and I got engaged, she got very excited, and asked me lots of questions, which I answered. Then the teacher came in and started class by saying "Hey everybody! Guess what happened to [so-and-so] over the weekend!" She pointed to the woman to my right. "She got married! I just found out!" The class gushed. I just turned, smiled, and congratulated her. :-)

Matthew Preston | January 26, 2002
After I had heard the news of you and Kelly being engaged, I thought to myself: "He just had to one-up Ryan Orsucci huh?" :-)

Scott Hardie | January 26, 2002
Oh, whatever, Kelly and I have been dating for way longer than they have! :-)

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