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HI GUYS! I am so sorry I havent been on here in a while. I have missed you and think about all the fun your having up there. Except all the freezing weather you've been sending me. I didnt think it would ever warm up. Been very busy here, I have a new job, and it has to be the easiest, best ever! ALSO my boys school hired me to do the pictures this year. I had no idea what a bad idea it is to use digital backgrounds for 119 kids! My sister helped me out and loved it so now we are going into this together. She is great in areas that I stink at, so hopefully we will do well and we work great together. Now I have to go back to read all these posts so I can catch up. Oh also if I dont use my personal days until the end of the year I will have most of December off and was thinking a white Christmas would be really great!

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I was just thinking about you yesterday and was gonna post "where have you been" but I have been busy working on a project myself. Glad to see ya back!!!

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FL's freshwater is pretty much all blackwater (nasty) I wont swim in it and surely wont eat anything that comes out of it. Saltwater fishing would be my advise. I'm planning a trip out with my sister. Its only $80 for the whole day, they will photo it, clean them they do everything

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well deedee welcome back. we missed your infinate words of wisdom, or jabs. crazylaughgrin anyway nice to see ya returned. do you want our mosquitoes too? eeksmilewink

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do you want our mosquitoes too? eeksmilewink

no thank you we have plenty mosquitoes, knats, no seeums, palmetto bugs that love to flying into hair! Naw were good on the insects.

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