California Dreaming

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I'd assumed that two weeks of candlelight dinners would be the best way to celebrate our romance. Of course, we did have a wonderful time drinking wine and eating great food, but I also relished moments that to others might seem less significant. Like the time in Sonoma when we both decided to wake up early in the morning and jog to a gym. Maybe not every couple would have agreed so easily to do this on their honeymoon. Wine, cheese, beaches—yes, they're wonderful. But doing the things you most love to do (even if it's just hiking and watching movies) for ten days, with your best friend in the world, takes all. That's my idea of the perfect honeymoon.

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