Haley Draznin and Jason Leibowitz
Haley Draznin and Jason Leibowitz met in June 2014 as guests at the wedding of a mutual friend in New York. They were introduced by Ms. Draznin’s brother, Andrew Draznin, who had played tennis with Mr. Leibowitz in college.
“We just talked and danced the rest of the night away,” Ms. Draznin said. “We had such a great time together.”
They soon discovered that they lived two floors apart in the same Manhattan building — he on the 10th floor and she on the 12th — and at the end of the evening they shared a cab ride home. They also learned that each was seeing someone else, so despite texting each other in the ensuing days they both lost touch, though they frequently bumped into each other in their building lobby.
“Running into each other wasn’t so much awkward as it was flirtatious,” Ms. Draznin said. “I don’t think there was any question that we still liked each other.”
Nevertheless, each had mostly given up on the idea of becoming romantically involved. Six months later, everything changed.
Mr. Leibowitz, who was now unattached, came home late one night and started a conversation with his doorman, John Maldonado, with whom he began opening up about wanting to find someone special.
“As we were talking, a bunch of girls entered the building and John starts chatting them up and laughing with them — he knew each of them on a first-name basis,” Mr. Leibowitz said. “When they left I said to him, ‘John, you know every girl in this building, can you introduce me to one of them.’”
Mr. Maldonado had become friendly with Ms. Draznin during her predawn CNN Newsroom hours, opening the door for her every morning at 4:30 a.m. as she went off to work. “There’s a girl named Haley in the building that is wonderful,” Mr. Maldonado said.
“Haley on the 12th floor?” Mr. Leibowitz replied.
“Yes! You know her, don’t mess that one up,” he joked.
Mr. Leibowitz, “helped along by that one nudge,” as he put it, began pursuing Ms. Draznin, who was also single at that time.
They began dating steadily in June 2015, and in February 2017, Ms. Draznin shortened their already short-distance relationship by moving in with Mr. Leibowitz.
Vanessa Golenia and Peter Medley
Vanessa Golenia and Peter Medley met in Brooklyn in June 2015 — she lived in Greenpoint and he in nearby Bushwick — shortly after he searched for “feminist dating apps,” and subsequently matched with her on Bumble.
“I was looking for a certain kind of partner,” he said, “someone who was a very strong, independent woman and wasn’t afraid to speak her mind.”
Both of them had gone to their own psychic for a peek into their future social lives. Ms. Golenia’s psychic told her, “O.K., you’re definitely meeting someone. He’s either European or he’s been spending a lot of time in Europe. You’ll know it’s him because he just got out of something, either a relationship or a job.”
Two weeks after Ms. Golenia met Mr. Gynd, he mentioned to her that he had just quit a job that had him traveling throughout Europe for the last two years.
“I was like, wow,” Ms. Golenia said. “I wondered if this is the guy my psychic was talking about. I had butterflies in my stomach.”
Mr. Gynd’s psychic had urged him to get on all of the dating apps he possibly could to find a partner, which led him to Ms. Golenia.
“My psychic described my future partner as being German or Swiss and working in the beauty industry,” Mr. Gynd said. “Well, Vanessa is part German and works in the beauty industry.”
Neither Ms. Golenia nor Mr. Gynd told the other about their respective psychics until long after they met. “I guess neither of us wanted the other to think we were crazy,” Ms. Golenia said, laughing.
They met in person on Pride Day in 2015 over a drink at a bar in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. After a few dates, Mr. Gynd took Ms. Golenia to Beacon, N.Y., to see the Dia Foundation’s museum.
Before the date was over, they made a pact to delete their online dating profiles.
“I had dated creative types before, but they lacked stability or were emotionally unavailable,” Ms. Golenia said. “Peter was well grounded with a strong moral compass and as an artist he saw the world in a different, more beautiful way than most others, and I was attracted to that along with the fact that we shared the same values and adventurous spirit.”
Lara Filine and Peter Blume
Lara Filine and Peter Blume met in a bar at an airport in Bogotá, Colombia, in June 2013.
She told him that she was returning from a trip back to her home, then in Long Valley, N.J. He told her that he was on hiatus from a motorcycle trip he had taken through South America and was heading home to his apartment in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Mr. Blume had cruised on his 2008 BMW R 1200 GS Adventure from New York down through Florida, to visit friends, and then across the Gulf of Mexico region to Texas and into Mexico and kept on going to Yucatán, Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Peru — a round-trip total of roughly 10,000 miles, he said. (There are no overland routes, or roads, from Panama to Colombia, so Mr. Blume had his motorcycle flown from Panama to Lima, Peru where he visited yet another friend.)
“I thought he was crazy,” Ms. Filine said. “He actually has two motorcycles, and I told him that anyone who would ride on one of those things that far and through all of that rugged terrain has to have a death wish.”
But all he wished for was to see her again, and invited her to the Scotland Connecticut Highland Games in Scotland, Conn. The festival, complete with bagpipes and kilts and filled with competitive events like drumming and dancing, celebrates both Scottish and Gaelic culture.
“Her response was ‘it sounds like fun, but can we take a car?’” Mr. Blume recalled, laughing.
He agreed and they were off. At the Scotland event, Ms. Filine asked Mr. Blume to share with her a plate of haggis, which, unbeknown to both of them, is a Scottish dish of sheep’s offal mixed with suet, oatmeal and seasoning and boiled in a bag.
“It was horrible,” Mr. Blume said. ”I felt compelled to eat it, along with some other stuff I couldn’t identify because we were on our first date, and I didn’t want her to think I was the type of guy who wouldn’t try something new.”
They were walking off the haggis, which Ms. Filine also described as “awful,” when they happened upon a group of children hula hooping. Ms. Filine joined them.
“It was a spur-of-the-moment reaction that really told me a lot about Lara, how she can be serious and talented and yet have that kind of playful side to her, a kind of youthful energy and sense of adventure,” he said.
A few days later they went on a second date, to a restaurant in Mr. Blume’s neighborhood, and a third date followed at Ms. Filine’s home. And within a few months, Ms. Filine was spending a lot of time at Mr. Blume’s retreat house in Hunter, N.Y., which he built himself.
“Although he pays a little too much attention to his motorcycles, Peter is a very warm and talented man,” Ms. Filine said. “We laugh together and sometimes we cry together, but whatever we do, we always do it together.”
Megan McCarthy, Ted McLaughlin
Megan Kathleen McCarthy and Edward Thomas McLaughlin were married March 9 in a self-uniting ceremony at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. Bill Robling, an actor portraying Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin, led the couple in their vows.
Ms. McCarthy, 37, is the vice president for major gifts at the Academy. She was, until 2018, the director of major gifts at the New Museum, and until 2017 the senior development officer at Museum of Modern Art, both in New York. She graduated from Columbia, from which she also received a doctorate in 19th- and 20th-century German art and its perception in America. The bride also received a master’s degree in German art and cultural politics from the Courtauld Institute of Art in London. She is on the alumni board of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia.
The bride is a daughter of Robin McCarthy Froehlich and John F. McCarthy III, both of Princeton, N.J. Her father is a lawyer in private practice, and is the Princeton Municipal Court judge. Her mother is a residential sales associate at Callaway Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty in Princeton. She is a stepdaughter of Susan G. Anable and Ted Froehlich.
Mr. McLaughlin, 36, who goes by Ted, was, until 2018, a real estate asset manager, focusing on commercial real estate at Cushman & Wakefield in New York. He graduated from Wagner College in Grymes Hill, Staten Island.
The groom is a son of Patricia Madden McLaughlin and Edward R. McLaughlin of Marlton, N.J. The groom’s mother retired as a media specialist at Indian Mills Elementary School, Shamung, N.J. His father, who is retired, was a senior director in the Wynnewood, Pa., office of Federal Realty Investment Trust in Rockville, Md. Until 2018, he was on the board of the South Jersey LaCrosse Club in Medford, N.J., of which he was a founder.
The bride’s previous marriage ended in divorce.
They met on Bumble, and then had their first date on quiz night at a pub in Astoria, Queens.
Erica Sackin, David Stroup
Erica Jane Sackin and David Richard Stroup were married March 9 at Republic Restoratives, a distillery and event space in Washington. Seashore R. May, an aunt of the bride, received temporary authorization to officiate from the District of Columbia.
Ms. Sackin, 38, is the senior director of communications and a public spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood Action Fund, where she oversees the organization’s communications and media department. She graduated from Goucher College.
She is a daughter of Lucy F. Coolidge of New York and Henry J. Sackin of Highland Park, Ill. The bride’s father is a professor and the vice chair of physiology and biophysics at the Chicago Medical School. Her mother retired as an administrator from Barnard College. She is also a composer who has written songs for various revues and cabarets, including a 2001 revue, “Lighter Than Air,” at Studio 54. She is a stepdaughter of Carol Gildar.
Mr. Stroup, 35, is pursuing a master of fine arts in creative nonfiction writing at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., where he is an instructor in composition and creative writing. Until 2018, he worked as a freelance digital strategist in Washington, and was the digital director for the 2014 election of Senator Mark R. Warner, Democrat of Virginia. The groom graduated from Georgetown.
He is the son of June T. Stroup and Richard H. Stroup of Tinley Park, Ill. The groom’s mother retired as a registered nurse at the University of Chicago Hospital. His father retired as an information technology manager at Simpson Technology, a maker of foundry equipment, in Aurora, Ill.
The groom’s previous marriage ended in divorce.
The couple met on Tinder in September 2016, when the groom inadvertently “super-liked” the bride’s profile, and she swiped “right” after noticing they had 300 friends in common, and also that he looked familiar. A week later they talked politics, music and journalism — first at a coffee shop, and then a bar — and began dating after that conversation.
Alexis Shaw, Jonathan White
Alexis Michelle Shaw and Jonathan David White were married March 9 at Brooklyn Winery. Rabbi Joshua Stanton officiated.
Ms. Shaw, 28, is an assigning news editor in Manhattan for Yahoo Entertainment and Lifestyle. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Southern California, from which she also received a master’s degree in communication management.
She is the daughter of Janet J. Shaw and Arthur I. Shaw of Roslyn, N.Y. The bride’s father is a lawyer in private practice in Manhattan. The bride’s mother is an executive vice president in Manhattan of Prime Global, a medical communications business based in Knutsford, England.
Mr. White, 29, is a litigation associate at Cahill Gordon & Reindel, a law firm in Manhattan. He graduated from Cornell, from which he also received a law degree, cum laude.
He is a son Dr. Bradley White of Roslyn, N.Y., and the late of Barbara White. The groom’s father is an orthopedic medicolegal independent contractor for UMC Medical in White Plains. The groom’s mother was a stay-at-home parent.
The couple, who grew up in Roslyn, began dating in 2007 shortly after the bride asked the groom to junior prom.
Stacie Rosenberg, Christopher Nieberding
Stacie Lauren Rosenberg and S. Christopher G. Nieberding were married March 9 at the Polo Club of Boca Raton, Fla. Steven Sisskind, a family friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated.
Mrs. Nieberding, who is 27 and works in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is the manager for talent development at Envision Physician Services, a physician group and practice management company in Nashville.
She is the daughter of Linda M. Rosenberg and Dr. Joel M. Rosenberg of Delray Beach, Fla. The bride’s father is the chief medical officer at TenX, a health care company in Sunrise, Fla. He was previously a cardiothoracic surgeon at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse. The bride’s mother works for WW International, where she is a leader in Boca Raton helping members achieve weight-loss goals.
Mr. Nieberding, also 27, is the president and chief operating officer of TLG Investment Partners, a real estate investment and development firm, also in Fort Lauderdale. He graduated from Cornell.
He is the son of Catherine Nieberding and Steven Nieberding of Cincinnati. The groom’s mother worked at Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati before becoming a stay-at-home parent. His father retired as an accountant, also in Cincinnati.
The couple met in New York in March 2015 through the dating app Hinge.
Blaine Horvath, Tye DeGrange
Blaine Cameron Horvath and Tye Armstrong DeGrange were married March 7 at the Seattle Municipal Courthouse. Judge Ed McKenna, officiated.
In April, Mrs. DeGrange will become the director for member development at the Riveter, a women’s online co-working space based in Seattle. She was until last month a senior sales manager at IfOnly, an e-commerce and charity start-up based in San Francisco. She graduated from Whittier College in Whittier, Calif.
She is a daughter of Beverly Lavezzo Horvath and Dr. G. Dennis Horvath of Solvang, Calif. The bride’s father is an orthopedic surgeon and the director of the orthopedic residency program at Community Memorial Hospital in Ventura, Calif. Her mother is a registered nurse working at multiple orthopedic surgery centers in Ventura and Santa Barbara, Calif.
Mr. DeGrange is the founder and chief executive of Round Barn Labs, an online marketing firm in Seattle. He graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
He is the son of Virginia Armstrong DeGrange and Ronald D. DeGrange of Santa Rosa, Calif. The groom’s parents are the owners of the Cloverleaf Ranch in Santa Rosa, which is being rebuilt as a result of the Tubbs fire, one of the most destructive wildfires in California history, which occurred in October, 2017.
The couple both grew up riding horses — she in Winter Park, Fla., and he on his family’s ranch in Santa Rosa. They were inspired to start a company together, SaddleUp, an online marketplace for buying, selling and leasing horses based in Seattle that is scheduled to open in the fall.
The couple met in Ventura at a mutual friend’s holiday party in December 2013.
Belkys Nerey, Demetri Mouratis
Belkys Nerey and Demetri Savvas Mouratis were married March 9 at the Bass Museum in Miami Beach. Mario Vergel, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated.
The bride, 52, is a television news anchor at WSVN (Channel 7) in South Florida as well as the host of “Bite with Belkys,” a cooking show that is shown Sundays on that station. She graduated form Florida International University.
She is the daughter of Cary Nerey and Roberto Nerey, both of Miami.
The groom, 50, is the senior vice president for technology, infrastructure, engineering and architecture at the Northern Trust Company in Chicago. He graduated from Beloit College in Beloit, Wis.
He is the son of Katherine C. Hansen of Urbana, Ill., and the late Savvas Demetrios Mouratis.
The groom’s first marriage ended in divorce.
The couple met as the plane they were on was getting ready for takeoff at Athens International Airport in 2013.
Lauren Youngman, John Bartnicki
Lauren Olivia Youngman and John Henry Bartnicki were married March 9 at the SmogShoppe, an events space in Culver City, Calif. Michael Cavalluzzi, a cousin of the groom who received a one-day status as a marriage officiant by Los Angeles County, officiated.
The bride, 32, is an associate specializing in family law at Youngman Reitshtein, a law firm in Beverly Hills, Calif. She graduated from Union College in Schenectady, N.Y., and received a law degree from George Washington University.
She is the daughter of Barbara J. Youngman and Gary Youngman of Los Angeles. She is also the granddaughter of the comedian Henny Youngman.
The groom, 33, is a film and television producer in Los Angeles. He was a producer on “The Jungle Book” movie in 2016. He graduated from Boston University.
He is a son of Dana Ormerod of Boise, Idaho, and John J. Bartnicki of Los Angeles.
The couple met in November 2014 at a mutual friend’s birthday party in Los Angeles.
Veraliz Mercado, Al-Amir Jordan
Veraliz Mercado and Al-Amir Haniff Jordan were married March 9 at Bellerose Assembly of God in Bellerose, Queens. Pastor Dominick J. Cotignola, affiliated with the Pentecostal Assemblies of God and the senior pastor at the church, officiated.
Mrs. Jordan, 30, is a building administrator at the Gilman Management Company, a property manager based in Great Neck, N.Y. She also works part time as a worship minister responsible for the music at Full Gospel Church of Island Park in Island Park, N.Y. She graduated from Southeastern University in Lakeland, Fla.
She is a daughter of Luz Celenia Mercado and Benjamin Mercado of Queens Village, Queens. The bride’s father is a building superintendent in Midtown Manhattan. Her mother has been a stay-at-home parent.
Mr. Jordan, 34, is a publishing distribution center representative at The New York Times Company in College Point, Queens, where he helps monitor the transmission of pages electronically to the company’s various print sites. He graduated from New York City College of Technology and received a master’s degree in graphic communications management at N.Y.U.
He is a son of Maureen L. Jordan of Manhattan. The groom’s mother is a school aide at Public School 191 in Manhattan.
The couple were introduced in 2017 through Coffee Meets Bagel, and about a month later they met at a Starbucks in New Hyde Park, N.Y.
Elizabeth Schoenbach, Brandon Baron
Elizabeth Amanda Schoenbach and Brandon Eric Baron were married March 9 at the Pierre Hotel in New York. Rabbi Douglas Sagal officiated with Cantor Martha Novick taking part.
Mrs. Baron, 27, is a psychotherapist at the Motherhood Center in New York, which specializes in women’s mental health. She graduated, cum laude, from Syracuse and received a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Columbia.
She is the daughter of Marci C. Schoenbach and Michael J. Schoenbach of Westfield, N.J. The bride’s father is a senior managing director for transaction liability mergers and acquisitions in New York at AON, a professional services company headquartered in London that provides risk, retirement and health consulting. Her mother is a private college counselor with a practice in Summit, N.J.
Mr. Baron, 31, works in New York as a sales director for Mobilewalla, a mobile data and consumer intelligence company for advertisers and enterprises. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami.
He is the son of Carole D. Baron and Jeffrey F. Baron of Livingston, N.J. The groom’s mother is the owner of Precious Cargo, a baby and children’s clothing boutique; his father is the owner of Carpet and Wood Floors by Jeffrey, a flooring company. Both are in Livingston.
The couple met in New York through mutual friends in August 2015.
Betty Stolpen, Adam Weiner
Anastasia Elisabeth-Haft Stolpen and Adam Brett Weiner were married March 9 at the Bowery Hotel in New York. Dr. Ronald B. Sobel, a senior rabbi emeritus at New York City’s Temple Emanu-El, officiated, with Ann E. Sheffer, the bride’s mother and a former justice of the peace in Westport, Conn., taking part in the ceremony.
Ms. Stolpen, 32, who is known as Betty, is a major gifts officer at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. She serves on the head council at the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, Conn. She graduated from George Washington University.
She is a daughter of Ms. Sheffer of Palm Springs, Calif., and Adam D. Stolpen of Stamford, Conn. The bride’s father is a founder and chief executive of Safe Harbour Products, a company that manufactures environmentally friendly, all-purpose lubricating and penetrating oils in Norwalk, Conn. The bride’s mother is a chair of the City of Palm Springs Public Arts Commission and a trustee of the Palm Springs Art Museum.
Mr. Weiner, also 32, works in New York as a brand supervisor at Pereira O’Dell, a full-service advertising agency based in San Francisco. He graduated from Washington University in St. Louis.
He is a son of Zena C. Weiner and Michael D. Weiner of Melville, N.Y. The groom’s mother, who is retired, worked as a code enforcement officer for the town of Hempstead, N.Y. His father, who is also retired, was a legal administrative specialist for the United States Department of Justice antitrust division in New York.
The couple met in 2016 through the dating app Coffee Meets Bagel.
Elizabeth Warnack, Andrew Gorman
Dr. Elizabeth Mesa Warnack and Andrew Marrott Gorman were married March 8 at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau. Angel L. Lopez, a staff member of the City Clerk’s Office, officiated.
The bride, 30, is a fourth-year general surgery resident at NYU School of Medicine. She graduated cum laude from Dartmouth and received a medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School.
She is the daughter of Ann Warnack and Dr. Worthy R. Warnack of Dallas. The bride’s father is a professor of neurology at U.T. Southwestern Medical School. Her mother is a retired registered nurse.
The groom, 29, is a vice president in investment banking at J. P. Morgan in New York. He graduated from Colgate. He is a son of Brenda Gorman and Christopher M. Gorman of Cleveland. The groom’s mother was a stay-at-home parent. His father is the vice chairman and president of banking at KeyCorp, a holding company for KeyBank in Cleveland.
The couple met in New York in 2015.
Merril Hermanson and Joshua Jon Pope were married March 8 at the Rendezvous Lodge at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Wyo. The Rev. Jimmy Bartz, an Episcopal priest, officiated.
Mrs. Pope, who is 35 and works in Jackson Hole and Hong Kong, is a vice president of Mr. Christmas, a family-owned business based in New York that manufactures Christmas decorations, toys and home décor. She graduated from Princeton.
She is a daughter of Susan T. Hermanson and Terry Hermanson, both of New York. The bride’s father is the chairman of Mr. Christmas. Her mother is a member of the board of the New London Homeless Hospitality Center in New London, Conn.
Mr. Pope, 39, is a ski patroller for Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and a heli-ski guide in Valdez, Alaska, at the Rendezvous Heli Ski Lodge there. In summer, he works as a fly fishing guide in Jackson.
He is the son of Evelyn Annalisa Pope and Billy R. Pope of Westport, Wash. The groom’s father is retired as a heavy equipment operator in Port Orchard, Wash.
The couple were introduced by mutual friends in February 2017 at the Jackson Hole Ski Patrol bar.
Shara Renee Ticku and Bennet Gilbert Grill were married March 9 in Marfa, Tex. The Rev. Jacob Smith, an Episcopal priest, officiated on the lawn of the Presidio County Courthouse.
The bride, 30, is the founder and chief executive of C16 Biosciences, a biotechnology company, based in Somerville, Mass., that develops sustainable alternatives to palm oil. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and received an M.B.A. from Harvard.
She is a daughter of Elizabeth T. Smith of San Antonio and the late Dr. Maharaj K. Ticku. Her mother is the vice president for marketing at Hotel Emma in San Antonio. The bride’s father was a professor of pharmacology and psychiatry at the University of Texas. Dr. Ticku was also a research scientist in the field of neuropharmacology, with a focus on alcohol research.
The bride is a stepdaughter of Forrester McLain Smith III. He is a principal of Champions Pipe & Supply, a global distributor of casing and tubing, drill pipe and line pipe, also in San Antonio.
The groom, 31, is a principal at Blue Wolf Capital Partners, a private equity firm in New York. He graduated from Duke, and currently serves on the National Board of the Duke Young Alumni Development Council.
He is the son of Jennifer J. Grill and Kevin H. Grill of Fayetteville, Ga. The bride’s father served in the United States Air Force, retiring with the rank of lieutenant colonel. He last served at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Ala.
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【存】【稿】【没】【了】，【十】【五】【章】【初】【稿】，【保】【守】【估】【计】【四】【万】【字】，【原】【因】【是】【楼】【上】【暖】【气】【片】【爆】【了】，【漏】【水】。 【本】【来】【是】【准】【备】【这】【个】【月】19【号】【爆】【更】【的】【时】【候】【用】，【现】【在】【没】【了】。 【昨】【天】【的】【章】【节】【很】【差】，【真】【的】【就】【跟】【一】【坨】【屎】【一】【样】？【我】【承】【认】【水】，【但】【我】【能】【怎】【么】【办】？【断】【更】？【真】【断】【更】【了】，【你】【们】【骂】【的】【更】【厉】【害】。 【太】【监】【了】，【滚】【吧】，【爷】【不】【看】【了】，【更】【的】【这】【么】【少】，【还】【敢】【休】【假】，【估】【计】【又】【出】【去】【嘚】
【一】【刹】【那】【之】【前】，【所】【有】【人】【对】【于】【楚】【天】【策】【的】【期】【望】，【只】【是】【多】【坚】【持】【一】【两】【招】。 【尽】【可】【能】【逼】【迫】【宁】【琥】【多】【展】【现】【一】【些】【手】【段】，【以】【期】【在】【之】【后】【的】【战】【斗】【中】、【知】【己】【知】【彼】。 【然】【而】【所】【有】【人】【都】【没】【有】【想】【到】，【一】**【错】，【占】【据】【上】【风】【的】【竟】【然】【是】【楚】【天】【策】。 “【雷】【火】【神】【拳】【第】【二】【重】【大】【成】？【竟】【然】【会】【如】【此】【强】【横】？” 【宁】【琥】【双】【眉】【紧】【皱】，【拳】【锋】【鲜】【血】【淋】【漓】，【声】【音】【低】【沉】【而】【凶】【戾】。
【顾】【华】【杉】【上】【前】【一】【步】，【对】【众】【人】【笑】【着】【道】：“【就】【这】【么】【射】【箭】【没】【有】【难】【度】。【不】【如】【找】【个】【人】【站】【在】【那】【红】【心】【之】【下】，【头】【顶】【一】【个】【苹】【果】，【谁】【能】【射】【中】【苹】【果】，【谁】【就】【算】【赢】。【慕】【容】【将】【军】【意】【下】【如】【何】？” 【慕】【容】【周】【不】【耐】【烦】【道】：“【可】【以】。” 【顾】【华】【杉】【那】【双】【黑】【白】【分】【明】【的】【眸】【子】【转】【动】，【随】【后】【落】【在】【人】【群】【之】【中】【的】【玉】【卿】【身】【上】。 【玉】【卿】【一】【看】【见】【顾】【华】【杉】【那】【双】【犹】【如】【猫】【儿】【一】【般】【闪】【着】【寒】【光】【的】20163b105期开奖结果【怎】【么】【看】【都】【不】【像】【呀】，【到】【底】【是】【做】【了】【什】【么】【坏】【事】【呢】，【这】【么】【惹】【人】【讨】【厌】？ 【有】【的】【人】【看】【着】【夏】【白】【荷】【的】【目】【光】【也】【变】【得】【憎】【恶】【了】【几】【分】，【看】【来】【他】【们】【已】【经】【知】【道】【夏】【白】【荷】【的】【身】【份】【了】。【虽】【然】【从】【来】【没】【有】【见】【过】【夏】【白】【荷】【本】【人】，【但】【是】【夏】【白】【荷】【最】【近】【做】【的】【坏】【事】【已】【经】【在】【群】【里】【传】【遍】【了】，【大】【家】【对】【她】【的】【印】【象】【都】【不】【是】【一】【点】【半】【点】【的】【坏】，【而】【是】【非】【常】【的】【讨】【厌】。 【站】【在】【那】【个】【女】【人】【旁】【边】【的】【一】【个】【女】
【羽】【涵】【看】【过】【云】【为】【海】【以】【云】【游】【四】【海】【的】【笔】【名】【写】【的】【小】【说】，【为】【之】【入】【迷】，【她】【再】【看】【百】【川】【赴】【海】【的】【第】【三】【篇】【文】，【也】【一】【样】【很】【快】【进】【入】【到】【故】【事】【中】。 【精】【彩】【的】【世】【界】，【令】【羽】【涵】【忘】【记】【了】【现】【实】【中】【的】【感】【伤】，【不】【知】【不】【觉】，【窗】【外】【已】【从】【浓】【重】【的】【黑】【暗】，【变】【得】【蒙】【蒙】【微】【亮】。 【一】【章】【一】【章】【地】【看】【过】【去】，【最】【后】【一】【章】【的】【标】【题】【令】【羽】【涵】【眼】【眸】【一】【怔】，【心】【咯】【噔】【一】【下】——《【停】【更】【公】【告】》？！ “
【半】【个】【月】【前】，【陈】【洛】【在】【帝】【都】，【也】【演】【过】【肖】【砚】【刚】【刚】【表】【演】【的】【这】【一】【段】【剧】【情】。 【但】【是】，【陈】【洛】【和】【肖】【砚】【的】【理】【解】【不】【一】【样】，【陈】【洛】【把】【重】【点】【放】【在】【那】【句】“【林】【熙】”【上】【面】，【他】【认】【为】【莫】【念】【对】【云】【星】【只】【是】【单】【纯】【的】【利】【用】，【没】【有】【丝】【毫】【感】【情】，【最】【后】【那】【一】【句】【台】【词】【也】【就】【轻】【描】【淡】【写】【的】【念】【过】【了】。 【殊】【不】【知】，【尘】【瑟】【怎】【么】【可】【能】【写】【有】【没】【用】【的】【台】【词】，【每】【句】【台】【词】【都】【有】【着】【自】【己】【的】【内】【涵】。 【那】