Kate, right, and Beth Bauer-Jones married in October in Springfield, Vt., but when they flew back to Tampa, they were not legally married any more. ‘Legally, we were strangers,’ Kate said.
Kate, right, and Beth Bauer-Jones married in October in Springfield, Vt., but when they flew back to Tampa, they were not legally married any more. ‘Legally, we were strangers,’ Kate said. Courtesy of Kate and Beth Bauer-Jones
Kate, right, and Beth Bauer-Jones married in October in Springfield, Vt., but when they flew back to Tampa, they were not legally married any more. ‘Legally, we were strangers,’ Kate said. Courtesy of Kate and Beth Bauer-Jones

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