Thanks Rachael. Geez, Do you ever believe in Magic???? What a hoot. Thanks .
I am so glad to see the board working again and I have all the right buttons.
Now if only someone would wave the magic wand and take all this pain--surgeries---emotional roller-coaster ride AWAY so we could all just party and have fun on Pinkie--life would be so
. O.K. that is my wish for all of you today.!!!!!!
He who laughs at himself, never runs out of things to laugh at.
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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:I have all the right buttons again.Oh LOL<br /> <br />Thanks Rachael. Geez, Do you ever believe in Magic???? What a hoot. Thanks . <br /> <br />I am so glad to see the board working again and I have all the right buttons. <br /> <br />Now if only someone would <b><u>wave the magic wand</u></b> and take all this pain--surgeries---emotional roller-coaster ride <b><u>AWAY</u></b> so we could all just party and have fun on Pinkie--life would be so <b><i><u></u></i></b><br /> <br />. O.K. that is my wish for all of you today.!!!!!!<br /> <br />Always<br />Jan
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