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Happy Birthday Ude Lake Tom

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Is this about the right amount of candles?

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Thanks everyone !! smile :)Mrs. T took me to Culver's and I got a free sundae, along with my meal. Then the Grandkids sang Happy Birthday with a cake. cool

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Attaboy Tom....keep those birthdays coming for many, many years.

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Happy Birthday dude Lake Tom! Hope you had a great day.

We just returned from the Cities, where we surprised my mom on her 70th birthday. Nothing like driving three hours to make a personal flower delivery! smile

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Thanks everyone !! smile :)Mrs. T took me to Culver's and I got a free sundae, along with my meal. Then the Grandkids sang Happy Birthday with a cake. cool

Drool............I miss Culver's

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Happy Birthday Tom! Since I don't have the 27th on my calendar I guess it's still your birthday. Many More!!

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Thanks again to all, and remember today does not exist on the calendar for some of us!! laughlaugh

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HEY ULT happy b-day big guy. sounds like it went well. have many more. YEAH, and i still had to work today. dang.

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Happy - very belated - birthday Tom smile

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Glad you had a good birthday. Too bad about the bummer

early fishing try...They musta known you were out there. laughlaugh

Happy birthday!!!!!!! gringrinsmile

Sucks-- I gotta work today on no-day Monday. frownfrown

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I have instructions to report whatever happens when I go fishing, as now I have time to do it. winkwinkcrazy

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did you listen/obey this well prior to retirement? smirkgrinwhistle

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Are you really listening or just agreeing? Agreeing could get

you into more trouble that listening sometimes.. gringrin

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But you're 'young' enough to know better.. I like the obey

thing, tho' smilesmilegringrin

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Ok...I just went thru 40 pages of post your bio....I found yours, but no name with it. Do you want to share now??

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