Zac Nickel holds his 2-year-old daughter, Mirabel Hammond, while making a vegetarian pizza dinner with Ashley Hammond at their Boise home in mid-June. The couple, together for eight years, delayed getting married for financial reasons; Nickel would lose his education grants. Hammond says they expect to wed after Nickel graduates from Boise State University.
Zac Nickel holds his 2-year-old daughter, Mirabel Hammond, while making a vegetarian pizza dinner with Ashley Hammond at their Boise home in mid-June. The couple, together for eight years, delayed getting married for financial reasons; Nickel would lose his education grants. Hammond says they expect to wed after Nickel graduates from Boise State University. kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Zac Nickel holds his 2-year-old daughter, Mirabel Hammond, while making a vegetarian pizza dinner with Ashley Hammond at their Boise home in mid-June. The couple, together for eight years, delayed getting married for financial reasons; Nickel would lose his education grants. Hammond says they expect to wed after Nickel graduates from Boise State University. kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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