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Kim Jones/Shannon McNamara The wedding dresses of Kim Jones, left, and Shannon McNamara, right, are photographed after being found. My daughter-in-law called me on Sunday and said, We found your dress, said Jones. It happened that fast. McNamara, by chance, knows the mother of Jones daughter-in-law, which led the two women to be connected by phone. McNamara and Jones also discovered they graduated from the same high school two years apart. "The next thing I know Im in touch with Kim," McNamara said. "It was a great day." Jones, 52, said she at one point last ชุด แต่งงาน ราคา ถูก พร้อม ส่ง year considered ditching the stranger's dress ชุดเจ้าสาว poem that she had kept under her bed in her Acworth, Georgia, home but decided instead to hold onto it. Courtesy Kim Jones Kim Jones, 52, of Acworth, Georgia, poses with the wedding dress of Shannon McNamara. I looked at it and thought, Well, its been four years, and then I thought, No, put it back, Jones said. I felt like eventually [finding the dress's owner] would happen. Im just so tickled that it didnt take her four years, she said of McNamara. It just took her a few hours to find me. The two strangers, now connected forever in a most unlikely way, have spoken by phone multiple times and are making plans to meet to exchange the wedding dresses.
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