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      Sarah   & BRADLEY
      SEPTEMBER 6th, 2013
      Learn more about Bradley's mobile & web design/development creations at   http//scal.io

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      Sarah Sarah is most thankful to her parents for the gift of two loving big brothers & five amazing role-model sisters. As the second-youngest, Sarah spent her childhood twirling & dancing around, putting on talent shows for her parents & grandparents. Her creative spirit and eye for design was established at a young age, as she highly disapproved of Mattel’s ? furnishings and décor within her Barbie House. If Barbie needed an interior makeover (which was frequent) Sarah looked through Sunday newspaper ads & IKEA magazines for inspiration, drew the new contents by hand and placed them as backdrops in the Barbie house. After graduation from Mater Dei High School, Sarah explored the metropolitan life in San Francisco and graduated with a BS in Interior Design from San Francisco State University. Sarah is adding to her vows that she will forever allow a one-room “man-den” with it’s contents and décor subject to Bradley’s discretion.Ha! In the first instance! No; it really cannot be done. If you wish to write the book nobody, of course, can stop you, but if you do you must not expect me to countenance it. I shall wash my hands of the whole business.

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      Brad Born in Mission Viejo, California, Bradley spent half of his life living with his mother in San Diego and half with his wonderful Wisconsin family. Bradley grew up playing ice hockey while secretly learning how to build computers. Half jock, half nerd, he has cultivated these interests well into his adult life, that make him who he is today. After his graduation from the University of San Francisco with a degree in Information Systems, Bradley worked for Yahoo! for seven years, and continued to explore the tech startup scene in San Francisco. With an entrepreneurial spirit and passion for technology, Bradley now runs his own software company, Scal.io, building hand-crafted mobile, web, and desktop apps for tech companies in the Silicon Valley and beyond. Bradley is adding to his vows a lifetime IT guarantee to Sarah, that he will be readily available 24/7 to troubleshoot... anything & everything technical.Mullings laughed.

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      In 2010 the two were both wild and running free around San Francisco’s Marina District, as most singles do. Bradley was quite the bachelor- planning weekend getaways with friends, float trips, and taking last minute trips to Ibiza, Cabo, wherever the wind blew. Sarah was quite the bachelorette, wining and dining around San Francisco, on a strict agenda which included over-extending herself, saying yes to every social engagement that came her way. After a mutual friend of the two suggested they would make a cute couple, a date was on the books and they began to discover just how compatible they were. In no time, they also discovered they were inseparable and very in love. The rest is history- they’ve shared some amazing adventures around the world, each other's toothbrushes, and now they’re ready to share the rest of their lives together, too.He sighed.

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      Down in San Diego for a weekend to visit Bradley’s mom, the pair decided to spend the beautiful morning at Balboa Park. After returning to their hotel, Bradley asked Sarah to run up to their room for a bottle of wine that had been chilling. Bradley said he was going to ask concierge for a “wine opener” and that he’d meet her in the courtyard. As Sarah opened the door to the room, she “freaked out”, thinking she was in the wrong room. It was decorated with bouquets of her favorite flowers, decadent treats and champagne. Rose petals on the floor led her to the open balcony, and as she walked out she saw Bradley waiting for her down below, with a huge grin on his face. And like out of a fairy tale, Romeo asked Juliet to be his wife. She giggled, and said yes. Bradley had it all captured by a hidden, sniper-style photographer.For two or three years I made a practice of attending his rehearsals. Nothing will persuade me that in the whole world there is a more depressing spot than the Manchester Free Trade Hall on a winters morning. I used to sit shivering with my overcoat collar buttoned up. Richter always wore a round black-silk cap, which made him look like a Greek priest. He would walk ponderously to the conductors desk, seize his baton, rattle it against the desk, and begin without a moments loss of time. Perhaps it was an innocent work like Webers Der Freischütz Overture. This would proceed swimmingly enough for a minute or so, when suddenly one would hear a bark and the music would stop. One could not say that Richter spoke or shouted: he merely made a disagreeable noise. Then, in English most broken, in English utterly smashed, he would correct the mistake 232that had been made, and recommence conducting without loss of a second.

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      The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe
      Rancho Santa Fe, California

      Friday, September 6, 2013
      6:00 PM at the Croquet Lawn

      *Adult reception to follow


      The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe At the end of the passage, near the windows where French papers are displayed, I found a crowd of a dozen excited men, all talking and gesticulating. The rest of the Caf was empty, as one would expect at that time of the day. In the middle of the small crowd was Harris, who caught my eye almost at once. He came to me, and I saw that he was rather agitated.

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      Rehearsal Dinner
      Thursday, September 5th at 8pm

      Golf
      Friday, September 6th at 9am

      Ceremony
      Friday, September 6th at 6pm (reception to follow)

      Breakfast & Bocce
      Saturday, September 7th at 10am
      You are amused? he asked. I wonder why.

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      Coming Soon!
      I met him at Greeba Castle, Mr Hall Caines Manx residence, when I was still a schoolboy. It was just a few months before Browns death, and a rather sad incident marked his visit to Hall Caine.

      A few days later Mr Julius Harrison came to my aid. The committee, it appeared, objected to her white breasts gleamed and also to:

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      It is enough, said Bantock; there is no need to think of anything else. Listen.

      The note of that night was youth. There was no hectic excitement, no Bacchic frenzy: everybody was jolly glad to be alive. Somebody has defined happiness as conscious pleasure. If that definition holds good, then I was happy that night, for I remember saying to myself: I am coming here again. I loved the feeling of life the place gave me; the exhilaration of it seemed to pierce into my marrow. I did not want to talk to anybody. I merely wanted to sit back and watch everything: the 275furtive smiles of half-shy women who, happy in the arms of those they loved, were afraid to reveal too much of their happiness; the most delicate ankles of a slim girl I knew, but whose name (was it Kitty or Mimi?) I only half remembered; the kaleidoscope of colour on the platform where the dancers were. The women were like flowersorchids suddenly endowed with movement.... I compared the scene with the spectacle afforded me by Murrays Club a few nights previously, when Ivan Heald and I were taken there for an hour or two. Some ladies at Murrays had had green hair, but only a poet like Baudelaire can wear green hair with success. But at Murrays the people were all old. Young girls of twenty were old. Everybody was old except the aged, and they pranced and frisked to prove their unconquerable youth.... But at this jolly Crab Tree youth was in the air, in the music, in the laughter.

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      (At the venue)
      The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe
      5951 Linea Del Cielo
      Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
      (858) 756-1131
      $279
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      Morgan Run Resort & Club (1.9 miles away)
      5690 Cancha De Golf
      Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92091
      (866) 599-6674
      $90
      -
      (Closer to the beach)
      Courtyard San Diego Solana Beach/Del Mar (4.5 miles away)
      717 S Hwy 101
      Solana Beach, CA
      (858) 792-8200
      $109
      You are not a prigonly a damned fool. A months experience will cure you.

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      Northbound from San Diego

      Take Interstate 5 North to the Villa de La Valle exit #36. Turn right (east) onto Via de La Valle, and proceed for 4 miles. After crossing La Gracia, turn left on Via de Santa Fe following the signs to Rancho Santa Fe. At the first stop sign, turn left onto Paseo Delicias and drive 2 blocks to a five way stop. Take a slight right onto Linea del Cielo and proceed for one block. The Inn is located on the left side of the road at 5951 Linea del Cielo.

      Southbound from LA, Riverside & OC

      Take Interstate 5 South to the Lomas Santa Fe exit #37. Turn left (east) onto Lomas Santa Fe, and proceed 4.5 miles. The road name will change to Linea Del Cielo. The Inn is located on the right side of the road at 5951 Linea del Cielo.
      We shant know the result till we get The Sunday Chronicle to-morrow, said X. regretfully.

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      Choose to relax and soak up the California sunshine at the resort's pool, or meander across the street to explore the boutiques, jewelry stores, restaurants and antique shops at The Village of Rancho Santa Fe (fondly referred to as "The Village" by the residents). A friday morning tee time will be arranged for those who are interested, at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club- a private, 18-hole championship golf course considered one of the Top 20 Best Golf Courses in California. Such was the substance of our talk. I gathered the impression, right or wrong, that Mrs Besant had brought herself to a state of mind when no evidence, however strong, that was opposed to her beliefs would shake her faith for a moment. She desired most fervently to believe in the bona fides of Madame Blavatsky, and believe she did. The Theosophical Society does notor it did not in those daysdemand from its members the acceptance of any particular doctrine; you could accept as 25little or as much as you wanted and still remain one of the faithful. But Mrs Besant went the whole hog.

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      Ninety years ago, construction began on La Morada (“dwelling” in Spanish), the first building in what would become Rancho Santa Fe. Now known as The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe, “The Inn” to locals, it was then a guesthouse for prospective land buyers, a place to “put them up” while they looked at lots owned by the Santa Fe Land Improvement Company. The company, a subsidiary of the Santa Fe Railway, had bought up parcels, planting eucalyptus trees for railroad spikes. But as history has so often shown, not everything goes according to plan. The wood, the company discovered, was too soft to hold the spikes. It was on to plan B. The occasion of the assembly of these wits was the opening of an institute at Llanystumdwy, the little village near Criccieth, where the Prime Minister spent his childhood days. Mr Lloyd George had given the institute to the inhabitants of the village and was himself to open it publicly the following day.

      That plan turned out to be fortuitous. It led to the master-planned community of Rancho Santa Fe, designed by Lilian Rice, a National City-born architect and U.C. Berkeley graduate, who would earn acclaim for her signature Spanish Colonial Revival style. Rice designed the village’s key commercial and residential buildings, many now considered so historically significant that they are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 29th Aug. 14.

      Throughout the decades The Inn has been a favorite destination for many years of famous and influential people. In 1932, singer-actor Bing Crosby purchased one of Juan Osuna’s original adobes with 50 acres, and hired Lilian Rice as his architect. Legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright was married in the parlor of the Inn in 1928. There a hideous surprise awaited me. Lying upon the sofa of the study was an open copy of the current weeks Candid Friend, a most brilliant and most ruthless paper edited by Mr Frank Harris.

      Just as the architecture of the missions tells a story about the history of California, so does Lilian Rice’s legendary design of The Inn. It is a perfect representation of old California charm and Rice's belief that true beauty lies in simplicity rather than ornateness. The Inn is a perfect reflection of Rice's dream - a place where time stands still amidst the simplistic, natural beauty that is Rancho Santa Fe.    Go here and here for more information. Can you recall the most curious and most unlikely sight you have ever witnessed? Most of us, even in the course of a few years of a very ordinary existence, witness many strange things, but of all the strange things I have stumbled across nothing has been so wayward, so outr, so fundamentally silly, as the forty organists I saw sitting in one room at Worcester. One can imagine two, or even three, organists sitting talking together, but forty, and fifteen of the forty Cathedral organists, seems incredible.

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      Due to the nature of city life (not a great deal of storage space), we have decided to embrace the HONEYMOON REGISTRY site. However, if your prefer the traditional route, we are registered at Williams Sonoma, Sur La Table, & Macy's. A link for the registry sites will be coming soon!But I must for a moment digress. This question of 224faces is most interesting. Every man, of course, makes his own face: even the most ugly of us will concede that much, for, if we are, and know we are, ugly, we always console ourselves with the thought: Yes, but it is a special kind of ugliness. There is strength in my ugliness. There is character; there is soul. My ugliness is original. There is no ugliness quite like my ugliness. For, so long as we are different from other people, that is all that matters. Now, in making our facesa process that is always continuous from the time we are born to the moment of deathsome of us are full of anxiety to make, not a face, but a mask. Our faces do not express our souls: they hide them. The consequence of this is that you will sometimes, though not often, meet a man with a mean, insignificant face who is, in reality, the possessor of a first-rate brain. But it is difficult to repress some facial hint of intellect; try how one may, one can do little to modify the shape of ones brow or give the eye a sodden and unintelligent look.

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