Where is everybody? Probably dealing with our daily lives,eh? I just had a wonderful,stupendous idea. Why dont we pink a centralized placee and have our first coconut reunion (even though we havent met yet). Just a thought, tell me what you think. We will make it a safe place and just say hello. Maybe over a weekend? Luv all of yall (my counselor made me say that).
Sometimes I think Coconuts go through spells of deafness and illiteracy. They won't listen and they won't write.
Well, here's something to think about. Last weekend there were 11 airplane accidents in the US. My advice: Stay right here on the CocoPatch Board and DO NOT agree to go flying in a light airplane. - Goats Best Advice #141
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