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Old 09-08-2005, 06:28 PM
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OH Flora:
So excited for you . Enjoy your new home. That indeed should take priority for you. Though you have been missed , it is so cool to hear why. May you new place bring you pleasure and Blessings. Thanks for the heads up on the step I did not do. Sometimes I swear things just go by me ..must be ah...ole age maybe!! LOL Neb
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