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Leigh: "LOVE bears all things, BELIEVES all things, HOPES all things and ENDURE... [photo 3]
"LOVE bears all things, BELIEVES all things, HOPES all things and ENDURE...
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  • good day!!!
  • "LOVE bears all things, BELIEVES all things, HOPES all things and ENDURES all things."
  • "LOVE bears all things, BELIEVES all things, HOPES all things and ENDURES all things."
  • "LOVE bears all things, BELIEVES all things, HOPES all things and ENDURES all things."
  • "LOVE bears all things, BELIEVES all things, HOPES all things and ENDURES all things."

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