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Write something innocuous in the first line. then leave some spaces between in and the subject matter. this should take care of accidentally triggering someone.

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mandybutterflykiss posted:
Spring has sprung here in Vermont. Currently 50 and breezy. Heat off, windows open... As long as the heat and humidity stay at bay, me is a happy camper. Who wants to have a picnic by the lake with me???

I apologize for missing a few Birthday's here as I was selfishly stuck in my own issues....

So Happy Belated Birthday SB, LLT and other March Bunnies...

Hugs.
Gra'

Bonnie

Life is the school, Love is the lesson.
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slik_kitty responded:
picnic sounds fun to me! i'd rather do that than work. lol
 
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sittingbull594 replied to slik_kitty's response:
Let's go! I don't wanna work today either! The wheels on the bus go round and round round and round round and round.....hee hhe
 
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mandybutterflykiss replied to slik_kitty's response:
All work and no play.....
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Bonnie

Life is the school, Love is the lesson.
 
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mandybutterflykiss replied to sittingbull594's response:
Thank you SB... now that darn song is stuck in my head. lol.
Gra'

Bonnie

Life is the school, Love is the lesson.


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