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Grand Theft Auto (Who Needs a Rehearsal Dinner)

All is Fair in Love and War and Divorce. I have shared with you the story of meeting (and parting ways with) my first husband. It is only fitting, I suppose, to do the same with Husband #2, Russ. (The problem now is I will have to remarry and divorce again in order to make this a running series.) I would also like to make a disclaimer. Russ passed away over a decade ago. We had already divorced, but it was still a sad time and a tragic set of events. I would never want or set out to speak ill of someone who has already passed on. This is the story of one event that took place on the eve of our wedding. I have also checked the Statute of Limitations in the State of Virginia, so we should be all set. Russ was one of the kindest and most generous men I have ever met. He was always helping someone, in more ways than I can recount. He was also always being taken advantage of. I met Russ when I was 22; which made him 20. We were both living in Virginia and working at