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Read what Bonnie wrote AMAZING!
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bubbles_bobble posted:
Hey all .........I decided that i would text my neighboor this morning at 6:30 and ask her if she was ready for going out to breakfast. I had taken my cold medicine and also had drops in eyes. we haven't seen each other in almost 2 mos.
We are kindred spirits her and i. she is really a special lady Mrs. M. If you ever met her you'd like her i'm, sure! she had knee surgery on the 28th of nov. and i got sick the day before thanksgiving. and hadn't seen her 2 weeks before that.
we swim together.....well actually do p.t. together in the pool. now that she has a new knee she will be really needing the pool.
so we went to breakfast and we had such a nice time and she has really lost a ton of weight! so have I!
welp I can say even tho i have a cold i need to be with you ladies!

READ WHAT BONNIE WROTE ABOUT US SISTERS AND ALL SHE'S ACCOMPLISHED. WHAT A HEART FELT STORY AND SO MUCH ENCOURAGEMENT FOR US ALL! WOW ITS JUST A WOW STORY!
One day at a time
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MandyCake responded:
(Blushing...) Thank you BB.
Life is the school and Love is the Lesson.

Gra'
Bonnie


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