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Meet Guest Blogger Kelly-Marie:
Matt and I met back in 2008 when we were living in Kent, but I had plans to move down to Plymouth 250 miles away so that I could be closer to my family who I missed so much. Come January 2009 I moved into my parents house while Matt stayed behind, we spoke on the phone everyday but I missed him so much. It was so hard to be apart but after just 3 weeks I found a job and we both saved up enough money to rent a small studio flat and in May 2009 he moved down and we were happily reunited. It's a long way from his family and I'm so truly thankful that he loves me enough to move all that way to be with me. We always make sure we go and visit everyone in Kent at least once a year and it's nice when they come and visit us, because we live in a holiday destination it's like we're on holiday and it ends up being so much fun!

 

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