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Suzanne’s Honeymoon Hiatus

May 31 2010 | by

suzanne and gregory papajohn

As some of you know, apart from Game Accessibility Day last week in Boston, I was also busy … getting married. On Saturday, May 29, I wed Gregory Papajohn in Old Greenwich, Conn. It was a perfectly lovely evening, and it was great to see my family and friends. A highlight of the evening was dancing with my father to “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” by James Taylor. You can read the New York Times announcement here.

Eating wedding cakeI’ll be taking a much-needed hiatus for my honeymoon to Napa, Calif., and will be back in action on June 14. Check out my personal Facebook page for wedding and honeymoon photos! And of course, if you haven’t already, please join the abledbody Facebook page for the latest posts and updates. See you all in two weeks!

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  • http://www.justiceofthepeacedonburr.com Donald Burr

    It was a very special day, and I am glad to have been part of it. Wishing all the best to you all. I will surely see you when you and Gregory return.

  • http://stenoknight.com Mirabai Knight

    Congratulations and may you have many, many happy years together!

  • http://www.kashencomm.com Lisa Kaslyn

    Dear Suzanne,

    Congratulations and many happy returns!

    Bug hug,
    Lisa Kaslyn

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    Congradulations!

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