Eps 55: Kayleigh the Magnificent

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When Magnificent 7 was launched, we searched the nation for 7 inspirational, hardworking ladies who were a motivation for others following their completion of the Fi7ness by Jessica Wright program.
At 25 years of age, busy Mum Kayleigh felt unhappy with her body.
Kayleigh wants her children to grow up body confident.

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Kayleigh the Moon is beautifully illustrated with colorful images that will capture your child's attention as you read this adorable story. It is a book that you can enjoy again and again and that you will remember for a long time after you have read the last page and the lights are off. You can leave this book with a smile on your face, as this will surely delight you before bed and remember to read it again before you turn off the lights!
It will conquer your heart and the moments you spend reading together will create beautiful memories that you will cherish for years to come. Kayleigh recounted a moment that was a special memory for her on her wedding day. The pictures Mark took of that moment are extraordinarily touching and she tells us it was her "wedding day."
It was great to see my best friends Lauren and Stephen on the wedding day and it was nice to work with Hugh and Kayleigh while we were planning their wedding. Lauren and Stephen are now engaged and about to start their new life as a married couple. I met up with her father and sister at Starbucks about a month before the wedding and they told me we had a fantastic day.
Tom, Elise and Kayleigh are proud to welcome our shipmates into the ActionQuest family and look forward to the next chapter in their lives.
As for the crew of the Blue Tide, we can't wait to get out there and have a fantastic summer! The Blue Flood is now full of food, snacks, equipment, and adventures ahead!
She currently teaches diving in the United Arab Emirates and is looking forward to spending the summer with AQ. Apart from that, she loves drawing and enjoys scaling the Great Wall of China for charity, walking her dog and walking out of the house. She is going to Utila, Honduras for a week - for the first time in over a year, she is on a long holiday with her family and friends.
Mark Wild took the couple to Glasgow's Botanic Gardens and returned to Oran Mor for a photo shoot at the Auditorium Gallery.
One of the couple's favourite photos, taken outside the Great Western Road venue, shows Kayleigh and Hugh looking very proud on their wedding day. One of my favourite moments, captured so perfectly the morning before the wedding, was when Kay Leigh's grandfather, unable to attend the wedding, took his adorable granddaughter home to his parents to see her in her wedding dress. Both Mark and the couple were thrilled and both were very grateful for the work Mark had done to capture their wedding day.
Guests arrived at Oran Mor just before the drinks reception and were greeted by Kayleigh's uncle, who magically entertained them as they enjoyed the beverage waiting for the newlyweds.
The couple opted for seating plans and table names that Kayleigh's father Thomas had designed for her. Knowing that his daughter would love it, Thomas, on a visit to Florida, also bought them a skull from Mexico, which he also knew he would love, and so they rightly sat at the middle table where all their wedding guests could sit. Kay Leigh and Hugh used their appearance as a house of silver candelabra and used it as their look - a - as for the wedding reception.
Many traditional weddings are held in traditional churches, where stained glass, towering arches and imposing organs help create the most sumptuous backdrops for photos. Even historic buildings offer a rustic aesthetic that provides the perfect backdrop for photography. However, many couples are moving away from traditional wedding venues and opting instead for hotels, beaches, parks or countryside locations. With this change comes the need to find the perfect backdrops to replace age and capture that special moment.
If you get married locally, you might be able to build something easily, but forget about it locally.
It was great to see so many of you taking part in Uniform Uniforms and applauding those who worked on the front lines in Britain and around the world. It was also wonderful to hear from those who took part in the promise of renewal on St George's Day. That was certainly a moment I will remember for many years to come, and it was very special to be able to meet my scout friends in this way.
Girlguiding Nottinghamshire is proud that the prestigious Promoting Voluntary Service Award for the Junior Library Guild has been presented on behalf of all members in 2019. Crystal Allen is the winner of the competition "Lamar's Bad Prank" and how she won the Bubba Sized Trophy, which was awarded as a junior library guild. There was also a great deal of interest and support from the local community.