Jilted bride replaces wedding with charity event

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  1. dark_shadows

    dark_shadows Former Member

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    VERGENNES, Vt. -- The wedding's off but the bride is still having a party.


    Kyle Paxman has turned her would-be reception into a benefit after she learned six weeks before her wedding that her fiance was cheating on her.


    "I'm really just trying to turn it around and make something positive out of it," she said.
     
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    mum33004 New Member

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    Good for her!
     
  4. JBean

    JBean Retired WS Administrator

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    Now that's a great story. Thanks DS.
     
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    That is a nice story. Good for her!
     
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    Too bad the husband was a jerk - sounds like this is a wonderful woman he missed out on sharing a life with!
     
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    I applaud this woman!! She sounds like a fantastic person with a lot going for her. It's a good thing that she discovered that her fiance was a philanderer BEFORE the wedding. I'm willing to bet that he was cheating on her throughout the entire relationship. Someone probably told her about it because she was going to marry him.

    IMO, she'll have no problem finding another guy--one who won't cheat and will appreciate her.
     
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    Good for her!!!:)
    Sure glade she found out before the wedding....
     
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    Isn't that the truth though. What a woman. Talk about turning something sad into something good. She is the lucky one and one day she will be so glad that she found out about him before that ring was placed on her finger.
     
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    dark_shadows Former Member

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    kazzbar Inactive

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    Good on you Kyle. Lucky she found out he was a lying cheating SOB before she married him. I hope her charity event is a huge success and she meets a good bloke that willtreat her right.
     
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    Floh Former Member

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    I'm cheered to hear how a sad event has turned into something so positive.

    on a more malicious note: i'm thrilled the lying, cheating S.O.B. she was going to be stuck with has, amongst his friends and family - and i don't doubt he'll be outed publicly - has been shown up in this way so as they can cast their eyes over him with disdain.

    he knows what he lost.

    hee hee: revenge is a dish best served up as a lavish meal of Vermont cheddar cheese soup, filet mignon, and crab-stuffed shrimp and benefits others!


    http://www.boston.com/news/local/ve...eled_wedding_is_transformed_into_celebration/


    http://cache.boston.com/bonzai-fba/Globe_Photo/2006/09/09/1157860770_9055.jpg
    Kyle Paxman (right) and her mother, Patricia Carbee, entered the Basin Harbor Club in Vergennes, Vt., yesterday for a fund-raiser. (Caleb Kenna for the Globe
     
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    dark_shadows Former Member

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    Another photo of Kyle;

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