It was really good ro see you, even of it was quick. i know it was really i miss you, they removed any trace that you were here, but a few of is that you really were here, i miss you. they can not stop you, take care maybe can see maybe you again
you were a member a long time ago,v i seen the same picture from two years. so i know that was really was you. you should be allowed to return that way nothing else. i was wrong in v trusting that information with out seeing it, i am truly sorry. o never lost respect for you MONIA. thank you
last night i learned a lot. i learned that caprice is gone and monia is living her life. for what ever your name was or is thank you. you reallt put up with,alot from me from no one would. you wil never br forgotten. thank you moniamia gooodbye
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