The first time I saw Tarryn she was about 3 years old with snot running out of her nose and a very dirty face. I seem to remember she had a pink dress on and was playing with her cousins on the side of the road. The next time I saw Tarryn the snot was gone and had been replaced by a beautiful womanly face and a husband-to-be called Rowan. Excellent. That the kid had disappeared and been replaced by a bit of a hottie made me feel quite old (and believe me, I’m not old, well, not that old anyway). But there’s more to this saga. I’ve known Tarryn’s family for way too long. And there’s a lot of them. Which made this quite a special wedding for me because I dig this family (and good old gran who started the whole process is still around at the age of 80-whatever). But what also made the wedding quite special was the amount of guests (all women that I know), who spoke to me over the course of the day about what I could do for them as far as Photoshopping their wrinkles, bumps and little imperfections go. I’ve never had so many requests for retouching in my life and I think the reason for this is that because we’ve all known each other for so long, they felt comfortable asking me to make them look 15, 20, 25, 30, 40 and 45 years younger. So let’s name and shame them shall we? They are, in no specific order…. Nah, that would be nasty. But girls, you know who you are, and there’s NOTHING I can do for you. You’re beautiful just the way you are. Well, sort of.

Tarryn and Rowan, marvellous wedding. And that cake that Claire made – whew. In fact, it deservers a punt – so if you’re looking for someone who makes humanrightsfilmnetwork.org/phentermine knock ’em dead wedding cakes, go here: http://on.fb.me/d8kyHy

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The first time I saw Tarryn she was about 3 years old with snot running out of her nose and a very dirty face. I seem to remember she had a pink dress on and was playing with her cousins on the side of the road. The next time I saw Tarryn the snot was gone and had been replaced by a beautiful womanly face and a husband-to-be called Rowan. Excellent.  But there’s more to this saga. I’ve known Tarryn’s family for way too long. And there are a lot of them. Which made this quite a special wedding for me because I dig this family (and good old gran who started the whole process is still around at the age of 80-whatever). But what also made the wedding quite special was the amount of guests (of the female persuasion), who spoke to me over the course of the day about what I could do for them as far as Photoshopping their wrinkles, bumps and little imperfections go. I’ve never had so many requests for retouching in my life and I think the reason for this is that because we’ve all known each other for so long, they felt comfortable asking me to make them look 15, 20, 25, 30, 40 and 45 years younger. So let’s name and shame them shall we? They are, in no specific order…. Nah, that would be nasty. But girls, you know who you are, and there’s NOTHING I can do for you. You’re beautiful just the way you are.  Tarryn and Rowan, marvellous wedding. And that cake that Claire made – whew. In fact, it deservers a punt – so if you’re looking for someone who makes knock ’em dead wedding cakes, go here: http://on.fb.me/d8kyHy Oh, by the way, whose the sexy family member on crutches in the 20th photograph down?

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