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happy in advance b-day iambjm

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hey barb noticed it will be your b-day thursday, so happy b-day in advance. ifigured this will be my last day in front of computer for 4-5 days i would wish ya a good day. i will be up in your neck of the woods, actully northwest of ya trying to feed a poor starving family, i mean fishing. hope your day is a good one.

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hey barb noticed it will be your b-day thursday, so happy b-day in advance. ifigured this will be my last day in front of computer for 4-5 days i would wish ya a good day. i will be up in your neck of the woods, actully northwest of ya trying to feed a poor starving family, i mean fishing. hope your day is a good one.

Ya just had to let the cat out of the bag!!!!!

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yep......sorry? confused didnt want to think i was ignoring you when i was out fishing on thursday. smile

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gringringrin Happy Birthday. May you have a great day.

Are we using the # 29 again.

G.C.

Yup for the 33rd time.

Remember 62 is not old, it just qualifies you for a lot of neat discounts laughlaughlaugh

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No chocolates (my waist thanks me)

No cake (my hips thank me)

No special dinner (might go out for a fish fry tomorrow)

New Vexilar (although I ordered it awhile back with the agreement it was for my birthday)

My best present......was on the ice today searching for fish

A truly great day!!!

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