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ibex7 posted:
Grrrrrrrr! This winter is maddening. It's boring, cold, windy, slushy, sloppy, slippery, salty, achy, crampy, I'm eating too much. Other than that, I just need a few new friends, (old ones will do). I'd like to do some learning, laughing, do new things, planning for spring, and staying inside my budget.

Write to let other coconuts find new, interesting things to do, to help us all get through winter. Pullleeze?
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slik_kitty responded:
we're having a week of 50's. time to break out the shorts. he he he
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