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Washed Away?? and all my buds...
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snowyowl33 posted:
Morning all, I hope everyone is doing well today, and for anyone who's struggling, know that there is always someone out there who is thinking about you, and hoping your ok.

I wanted to say sorry to a few of you who have posted to me because I haven't had time to get back to everyone yet eeps!! As usual I'm behind in posts...(Snowy gives Kitty the stink eye.....don't say it!).
I will get back to everyone soon, so don't think I'm ignoring you ...

Washed Away? you out there?? just thinking about you and wondering how you're doing... also Lovely Lemontree, you too...

Ok running off to work now , take care everyone and get outside for a walk today, it's good for the mind and body!

1 positive thing I will do today: Go and talk to a travel agent about a vacation! ahhhhhh.......

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MandyCake responded:
I'm not sure how I am doing today. I have Stepps all afternoon and tonight when it is dark, I will try to go for that walk.

1 positive thing I will do today... try to read a book.

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