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    I will come back if you want me back
    hula_dancer73 posted:
    I am sorry to all those in that one threaad.

    I g ot caustght uip in the heat of the moment and left.

    dancer86442 responded:
    You are Back! And Welcome! I Understand! Remember: Agree to disagree & if it upsets you, Don't Reply!
    saxofone1 responded:
    Welcome back, hula

    Take a deep breath, exhale slowly, and start anew.

    BlazingTiger responded:
    Welcome back Hula_dancer,
    it's good to see that you came back. I was sorry to see You leave in the first place. your back now and that's all that really matters.

    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:

    I was devastated when I saw your farewell post and I'm so glad you are back!


    PS - Whenever I see your name posted on the board, I think of the beautiful beaches of Hawaii - it's like a little tiny vaca for me
    hula_dancer73 replied to Haylen_WebMD_Staff's response:
    Waikiki is in Honolulu and hta is a beack thta everyoen goes to. i have been there myself.

    When I lived on Maui, there was a place called Konopali shores with lots of beach to it and we went there. The area is called Laheina, and we lived there before moving to O'ahu.

    I am not lviing a tiny vacation I live the real thing. Hang loose


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