HAPPY MOTHERS DAY TO ALL OF YOU LADIES WHO HAVE CHILDREN!
I WISH PEACE AND JOY FOR YOU AS WELL AS THE KNOW HOW TO GET THRU THIS OF OURS
SPECIAL HUGGERS AND LOVE TOMORROW MAY 13 2013
BTW I MAY TYPE IN LARGE LETTERS.IT JUST MEANS I'M EITHER !) UPSET BUT NOT AT ANYONE ON THESE FORUMS
3) HAVING A HARD TIME PLEASE DON'T THINK I EVER IAM MAD AT ANYONE HERE! NOT WHO I AM.
May God walk before you. b.e.f.
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