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S: The "We Love Kyle" Book

1: She had no idea that her wedding would be October 8, 2011! | First Sentence -"Mick fro ball." ~ Jigaboo! Jigaboo! ~ As you led her into the shoe repair store - "This is my Mama Jo and she needs to get | "PopPop, be quiet! I want to tell you something!" ~ After going fishing the first time -"First you catch the fish, then you wipe him off, then you | her shoes fixed." ~ When your family decided not to clap after one of your performances -"Everybody say yea!" ~ As you said to the tape recorder - | throw him back in." ~ Can you say yell? Yell. Can you say oh? Oh. Then let's say yellow. Lellow. ~ To Nanny - "Ain't isn't a word."~

2: I loved my Big Bird! | Who needs dolls... | ...when you've gotTupperware? | You and Drew ...just after we moved to Birmingham. | Getting ready to put the pedal to the metal!

3: Cousins... Justin, Kyle and Drew | Oh, no! Not another Christmas picture!!! | Sweet girl! | Friends forever...forever friends!

4: The years have passed so quickly! So many memories... knowing to go to Steinmart when you were 2, taking charge of Mama Jo in Birmingham, picking flowers for the coach in T-ball while you were in the field, swim team in the summer, Youth Group at Lakewood... Such a sweet little girl has grown up to be a lovely, caring, smart, talented, confident young woman...who is about to be a bride! Wishing you and Regan all the love and happiness in the world ...and then some! Much love, Mom | A daughter may outgrow your lap, but she will never outgrow your heart. - Author unknown

5: Kyle- Remember all the years our families vacationed together, at the beach and in the mountains. When you were about 4 or 5, we went to Destin, FL where we stayed in a condo complex near the beach. There was a lake for fishing and although the fish were small, all you kids had lots of fun catching them. When one of you caught a fish, an adult took a cloth to hold the fish and remove the hook and then return the fish to the lake. Everyone caught lots of fish and had fun. You called each fish either Bert or Ernie, the Sesame Street rage of the day. We fished in the morning and went back to the condo for lunch. You ate at record speed and then asked to go wipe more fish. You were quite afraid of the ocean and did not like the water touching your feet nor the noise of the waves. Since the complex had a pool, you and I went to the pool while the others went to the beach. We actually spent most of the day in the pool. Our fingers were all wrinkly, and our feet were raw and bled from so much time in the pool. Many vacations were trips to Highlands, NC where PopPop had a house, complete with a large covered porch. We ate on the porch, did puzzles, played games and read. I often did needlework projects. After seeing me do needlework, the kids all decided they wanted to learn needlework too. They would each sit in a rocking chair all lined up across the porch with whatever needlework project I could provide. Sometimes we visited a store in town for supplies. One year, they did yarn on plastic canvas. Keeping all five working and helping them fix their mistakes was more than a full-time job, but we always had fun. Four years ago, you and your mother went with Elaine and me, on a group trip to Italy. The trip involved many hours on a bus which you filled doing Sudoku puzzles. One day, we all went to a cooking class high atop a hill planted with olive trees. You were especially good at making tiramisu, with all the beating done by hand. To our delight, we ate the foods we prepared. Love, Aunt Pat

6: Dear Kyle, You have the heart and soul of an angel and your wings will carry you far. If we ever lost touch, #2, it would leave a giant hole in our hearts. | All our love, Janet & Scott

7: One of my favorite sayings of yours is “check it off the list.” You are not one to back down from adventure and I am so excited for you and Reagan and all of the adventures you will have together. | Oh my Kyle! Looking back, we have been through a lot together in these past 12 years! From sneaking through the dorms, to a harrowing trip to Jurassic Park, to I-301 and decorating coolers, to traipsing along the Royal Mile, to interning in DC, to buying cologne at Marshall Fields, to drinking Bailey’s in Glover Park, to walks with Miss Lulu through Meridian Hill Park, and all of the cookouts, grab-a-dates, formals, weddings, late night movies and weekend trips along the way. I have learned that you are a loyal friend, a fabulous hair dresser, a great listener, an adventurous dining companion, a perfect gift picker-outer, a meticulous editor, and all around wonderful person that I am so very lucky to have in my life. | Now that we are in the same place again, I am glad I can see your smiling face on a moments notice for a quick trip for gelato or a walk around the hood. | You deserve all of the happiness in the world. I love you and I hope to be a part of your and Reagan’s lives for a long time to come. Love, love, love, E | "Listen. In order to maintain air-speed velocity, a swallow needs to beat its wings forty-three times every second, right?"

8: Kyle- where do I start? Although we met only a few years ago it feels more like a lifetime. We will always be in each others lives b/c of the bromance, but I am so happy we have our own relationship and get along so well. Walt and I could not have been luckier to have found friends like you and Regan in DC. I think we should maybe move closer to one another though? I know I can always depend on you, day or night. Ok enough emotional stuff, look I included the boys getting their nails done pic we snapped while sitting in the pedi chairs! I mean you know I had to, right?

9: independence day | So many memories...how about our waiter at Pizza Hut in Winston-Salem ("I hope yall's day is as lovely as you!")? Remember the summer we spent hours doing "Olympics" into the pool? Or seeing Huckleberry in all his rolling splendor in the Idaho snow? And we'll always have chocolate chip pancakes...but I guess we'll have to add apples to blend in the LeBlanc family now! Here's to you and Regan and years more memories to make! Love, Robin

10: Kyle, do you remember Uncle Dillon & Aunt Nora's dog, Jigsaw? I know you must because you have probably heard this story a million times! One day, Kyle, her Mom and Mama Jo came to visit me & Jigsaw. After awhile, we decided to go to McDonalds for lunch. Well, this McDonalds just happened to be in a "sketchy" part of town. While sitting at our table eating lunch, Kyle began to sing out her nickname for Jigsaw. Over & over she sang, Jig-a-boo! Jig-a-boo! at the top of her little lungs while Mama Jo, Sharyn & I desperately tried to quiet her down! Needless to say, we got quite a few ugly looks. You can bet we ate quickly and got Kyle out of there! I don't think we ever went back to that McDonalds again! | October 1984

11: Kyle always liked Aunt Nora's Christmas tree with the "ane-yel" on top. Mama Jo is holding her up for a closer look! (Nov. 1983) | Kyle loved to perform. She would appear in the doorway at Mama Jo & Pa's, dressed & ready. After her act, we would all clap & say "Yea!" One night, after the 1st act & while Kyle was out of the room changing, we conspired to not do or say anything after she performed just to see how she would react. For a moment all was quiet. Then, quite perplexed and with a question in her voice, Kyle said, "Everybody say Yea?" | Here Kyle is performing in Uncle Dillon's Indian Guide outfit. (7/24/87) | Love, Aunt Nora & Uncle Dillon

12: Welcome to the Family | Paul and Jill LeBlanc June 7, 1969

13: Charles and Mildred Robertson November 1, 1933 | Auguste and Mary LeBlanc August 30, 1941

14: Making Memories in Maine!

15: The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc | The first time Regan met you, he fell in love. So did his family! Now if we could only teach you how to speak Yankee. So you know when you’re “Supposetah pahk the cah down by the harbah and pick up the lobstah”. You’ll get it right and be a real “Mainah”! We wish you and Regan all the joy, health and happiness in your future together and look forward to many more shared Maine memories. Love, Mom & Dad LeBlanc

16: "The best thing about having a sister is I always have a friend."

17: It has been such a pleasure to get to know you over the years! When I look back at my move to D.C. I am so grateful to have both you and Regan as my community, my friends and my family. I will never forget all the support you have shown me and the wonderful memories -- making peeps sushi and watercolors, watching royal weddings and soccer games, the 007 engagement mission, brunch on the porch of Eatonville, getting kicked out of the manchego tasting and the many heartfelt life talks! I am incredibly lucky and touched by your openness and look forward to many years of laughter and sisterhood - All my love, Ashley | I think you're a Hoot!

18: Kyle, Where do I even begin? You have made such a difference in my life. From the moment I met you at Furman Freshman year, I knew that we were going to be great friends. But what I didn't know is that you would become my roommate of four years (and the best roommate I could ask for!) and a best friend. We really grew up together through college. You have always been there for me through the most difficult of times and through the times where we had too much fun for our own good. I feel that what we have shared and what we will continue to share is almost unspoken. Thank you for being the best friend that I could ask for. I am so excited for you and Regan to start your married life together! Wishing you all the best, Love, Whitney

19: Friendship is born at the moment when one person says to another, "What! You too? I thought I was the only one." -C.S. Lewis Kyle- I think this pretty much sums up the beginning of our friendship. I am so happy for you and Regan and wish you a lifetime of happiness! Love you both.

20: Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over! | Somehow our families have never managed to live close by, but we have made it a priority to meet for shared vacations and visits. I fondly remember one visit to Birmingham when you were a preschooler and Drew still a baby. We all had a fabulous time playing in the unfinished basement, running around a track at a nearby school, and dressing dolls. I stayed behind in Birmingham when my family headed home for Louisiana, and then rode home a few days later in the back seat between you and Drew. You had a kids’ cassette player with the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack, and we soon had a theme song for the road trip. As I remember it, we played the Siamese cat song, “we are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don’t please” again and again across Alabama, Mississippi, and into Louisiana on I-20. I’m not sure how your parents managed to drive with that song repeating over and over!

21: We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry | We’re hoping that the “bat-ball” (aka teeball) lessons stick & Katie inherits some traits from the athletes in the family. We are so excited for Uncle Regan, “the Man,” to be an official part of the Bradbury family! Love, Elaine, Corey, Katie & Henry

22: Kyle, It has been way too long since we have seen each other, but I think about you often. I am so thrilled that you and Regan are getting MARRIED. You are going to be an absolutely beautiful bride and I am so happy for you both. I am so glad that we have kept in touch since I first met you at Furman. I don't remember the specific time, but I have so many fun memories of LaLa and KyKy! Mostly from ADPi or Sigma Chi functions, some from and few random nights in building I, and one of you hiding under the table in I-308 saying "I don't wanna go!" That was a hilarious night. Kyle, thank you for being such an amazing, caring and thoughtful woman. Thanks you for always being there for me to talk to and lean on. I am blessed to be able to call you my friend. I love you. Congratulations! Love, Lauren Langley

23: I love both of you and look forward to more special memories! Love, Mitzie

24: Kyle!!! We've made so many delightful memories! One of my favorite things about you is how fabulous you are shaking your tail feather at the club. This night was no exception. (I selected carefully from this night. You are welcome.) On a more serious note, you been an amazing friend over the years. You are one of the most loyal, thoughtful, and colorful people I know. I always knew you and Regan had something very special, even when apart. Cheers to years of celebration, joy, and laughter. xoxo - T

25: BEAUTIFUL | MAGNETIC | INSPIRING

27: Kyle, I'll never forget our first coffee date. It was 2001- just a few weeks before I left for Furman. I asked a million questions and you had at least that many answers. We understood each other instantly and I remember being so grateful to have a fast friend in you- a friend that could advise me and support me in all the important stuff ahead. It felt like you were my big sister even before it was ADPi official and I am just so, so thankful God crossed our paths right when He did. Enter Furman and many of my happiest moments. You were such a part of so many of those moments. From pointing me in the right direction of where to live and which classes to take, to emphasizing the importance of foreign study and ADPi- you were also a part of so many of my decisions- I am so thankful! Your pref tea speech has stuck with me in a way that few other conversations in my life have. You were so honest and genuine and just incredible. I loved it. And I have loved every single coffee date, lake-walking date, off-campus-dinner date, crazy-intense-crafting date, paladin-rush date, diamond-family date, what's-next in-life date, just-laughing-out-loud date and especially, especially all of our post-grad-grown-up dates since. You are one of the most loyal, well-spoken, inspiring, thoughtful and fun friends in my life. I feel very lucky! It's one decade later and here you are still supporting me, making me laugh and creating new, fun memories. I am so proud and thankful to have you as a life-long friend and I look forward to sharing many more good times to come. I have always looked up to you in so many ways and I am so thrilled to see you and Regan at what I know is your happiest. I am so excited to help celebrate you two. Wishing you many, many, many happy years ahead! "and I'll be praying for you in the morning..." xoxoJulie

28: Halloween, Ballet, Birthdays!! | Purser girls were there with you having fun!

29: Beauclerc Elementary Friends | Purser, Frick, Bradbury Kids | Brechtel Wedding in New Orleans | We love you! Priscilla, Buz, Paige & Stacy

31: Love puts the fun in together, the sad in apart, and the joy in a heart. - Author unknown | Congratulations Kyle and Regan! With love, Uncle Bill, Aunt Cyndi, Charley, and Jeff

34: Indian Princesses, playing cavities, pretending to go to sleep for Pat, having her chase us all over Deerwood (bless her heart!), tying up the Bolling babysitter with scotch tape, there's a hole in there!, PPP and URE, JCDS, Lakewood Youth Choir, backflips in the pool for boys, being hissed at in Puerto Rico, tiramisu, the fun-i-tron, the bad twin, Sugar Bowl in NOLA, banging pots and pans on NYE, operation Rosebud in Hawaii, biking down Mouna Lea, learning to fly fish with bread and baked potatoes in Vancouver, Lieutenant Dan, trips to visit in Chicago, DC & Bham, Deerwood kids' Circle of Death with pet's names and Spanish, Wolf Laurel, being each others Maid of Honor.... and a lifetime more memories!

35: "As I look back on all thats happened... growing up, growing together, changing you, changing me- there were times when we dreamed together, when we laughed and cried together. As I look back on all those days, I realize how much I truly miss you and how much I truly love you. The past may be gone forever... and whatever the future holds, our todays make the memories of tomorrow. So, my lifetime friend, it is with all my heart that I send you my love, hoping that you'll always carry my smile with you, for all we have meant to each other and whatever the future may hold." -CL Purdy

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