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Friday, 01 January 2016

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Marilyn

Kitten ! Happy NewYear to you. Relationships are sticky things, aren't they?

Beth

Shucks! Sorry babes. One of these days...

ponderingthis@gmail.com

Enjoy what the New Year brings!

Dana

Happy New Year to you Kitren. Sorry it didn't work out.
Hope 2016 brings you love and happiness

Joanna

"I stood clear in mind and thought and action as I had ever been. A pristine human being built from a collage of all the hurt and pain and loss that life dealt me. I had learned what I wanted from having experienced what I did not want."

This is a profound ideal that many fail to grasp. I've been reading you for a long time and greatly admire and connect with your enlightened conclusions about life. All the best to you in 2016.

Mo

OMGGGGGGGGG! You are back. You have missed in the pixelated blogosphere. Looking forward to catching up on your work. Haven't had a chance to read anything here due to my amazement seeing you back!

kmplx

happy new year skit. big hugs. :*

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