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From wedding proposal to racing together, it has been a hectic two weeks for this couple

Less than two weeks after Daniel Hemric proposed to Kenzie Ruston, they will compete against each other on the track.


Hemric, who regularly runs in the Camping World Truck Series, will drive in Friday’s K&N Pro Series East race at Watkins Glen International. Ruston, a regular in the series, also is entered.


They’ve raced against each other before – about 20 times in Super Late Models and two previous times this season in the K&N Series – but that’s nothing compared to what Hemric experienced on the trip to St. Lucia to propose to Ruston, his girlfriend of six years.


Daniel Hemric and Kenzie Ruston celebrate their engagement July 25 in St. Lucia. (Photo: Daniel Hemric)




Hemric packed the engagement ring in his suitcase. As they waited on luggage after landing, her bag arrived and his didn’t. More bags came. His was not among those.


Finally, it arrived. The last bag.


“I’ve never been so relieved,’’ Hemric said.


Then came the proposal July 25 on the beach.


“I started getting down on one knee and I’ve never had a more nerve-racking experience in my life,’’ he said.


“Her reaction was priceless and it meant the world to me how excited she was and how shocked she still was whether she knew (about the proposal) or not.’’


Ruston admits she had a clue. She knew Hemric had gotten a stone from the ring of Ruston’s grandmother to put in Ruston’s ring.


“I knew it was coming, and I still cried,’’ Ruston said. “It was very sweet and very personal.’’


As they return to racing, neither sees competing against each other as a big deal. After all, they met while racing Legends Cars in different divisions.


“In more ways than others, we actually help each other,’’ Ruston said. “We both understand racing. We do spend a lot of time apart, but I feel like racing is what brought us together. Racing is a big part of our lives.’’


Said Hemric: “I can’t imagine finding anyone better. I know she’s the one for me and I’m excited to spend the rest of my life with.’’

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Morgan and Joshua encounter love at first sight during an on duty call

Morgan Schweighoefer and Joshua White's love story began after they both responded to a call for a minor traffic accident.


White is an officer with the Moreland Hills Police Department. Schweighoefer was then an officer in neighboring Bentleyville and now works as a Deputy Clerk of Council in Aurora. They met at the accident scene on a snowy winter day in February 2013.


They both agreed it was love at first sight. Their unusual encounter made them one of the Top 5 finalists in Northeast Ohio's Greatest Love Story, a contest we're presenting in partnership with Alson Jewelers.


In May, we asked our readers to submit an essay describing the moment when they first met their significant other and how they fell in love. More than 100 couples entered and we've narrowed it down to five winners chosen by three judges from Northeast Ohio Media Group.


Each of the finalists will share how their love story unfolded in a video in our "Love Stories" video series. From this batch, we will reveal a grand- prize winner, who will win a pair of half-carat diamond earrings from Alson Jewelers in September.


This week, we're hearing about Schweighoefer and White's relationship. Like any normal couple, the two spent time together as much as possible during their courtship, even going as far as meeting up to park their cruisers next to each other just so they could have lunch together. "In the cold, we would park our cruisers close together with the windows rolled down and sit in them eating from our lunchboxes, dusting off the snow that fell into our laps," said Schweighoefer.


Wedding date: December 12, 2015


Wedding location: First Congregational Church in Hudson


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Reception location: Chagrin Valley Country Club


"We picked that church because we're both members," said Schweighoefer. "It's a really beautiful church and we love the pastor. The reception site really met all the things we were looking for. Very accommodating with good Christmas decorations to fit our wedding theme."


Wedding theme: "It's a 1940's Christmas party where we'll have old-fashioned decorations with a lot of red gold, green and ivory colors. We'll also have a big band singing Frank Sinatra Christmas carols. Hopefully there will be snow on the ground because we're going to have horse-drawn carriage rides and sleighs for our guests."


Rehearsal dinner: Downtown 140, 140 North Main St. in Hudson.


All about the dress: "My dress is two-toned—it's ivory and white. It has a vintage-feel to it with antique lace and it's strapless. I bought it at David's Bridal and I had this preset notion in my mind of what I wanted. All I will say is that for anyone out there buying a dress, it's going to go right out the window. I bought something completely different than what I had anticipated and I loved it".


Something borrowed, blue, old, new? "The something old is going to be my grandmother's handkerchief with a little piece sewn inside of my wedding dress. I'm going to have blue rhinestones saying 'I Do' at the bottom of my shoes. And the something new will be this beautiful comb that my mother bought me."


Bridesmaids dresses: All the dresses were purchased online


Kristin Stein (Maid of Honor), Ellen Super, Rachel Peterson and Kelsey Fox.


Groomsmen: Ray Perme (Best Man), Jackson Fox, Mike Pinizzotto and David Barnett.


Wedding cake: Sensational Cakes...And More!


"We're having a spice cake with a vanilla and caramel buttercream and we bought this old-fashioned ceramic cake topper and it looks like it's from the 1930's."

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Make-up free model Alessandra Ambrosio cuts a laid back figure in large sunhat and flared jeans as she prepares to board plane

She's one of the world's most glamorous models after flaunting her enviable body on the catwalk as a Victoria's Secret angel.


Alessandra Ambrosio, 34, showed she is a natural beauty when she arrived at Los Angeles airport on Wednesday without make-up and dressed in casual attire.


She covered up in a white waterfall cardigan and flared jeans as she made her way through passport control.


Ready for action: Alessandra tweeted a behind-the-scenes image with her fellow Victoria's Secret angels as they shoot for #VSholiday15 in Rome


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The mother-of-two still looked tall despite wearing a pair of flat suede shoes with her airport attire.


Her links to the fashion industry were clear to see as she wheeled a Louis Vuitton monogrammed suitcase behind her.


The model recently shared a behind-the-scenes shot of an upcoming Victoria's Secret campaign, as she gave fans a glimpse of what she's been up to with a Twitter picture taken in Rome.


Alessandra captioned the photo 'It's coming,' as she built excitement around the latest venture from the angels.


She was pictured in the middle of the shot wearing a sexy pink gown, as she stood between her fellow blonde models.


But Victoria's Secret isn't the only clothing collection that Alessandra will be modelling at the moment, as she establishes her business acumen with swimsuit line, Ale by Alessandra.


She also wrote: 'Always believe that something wonderful is about to happen. #alebyalessandraswim #alehatscollection.'


Alessandra was later seen going up the escalators at the airport wearing a big cream sunhat and leather tote bag.

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