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The mischief boy.
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Hubs has been sick since Monday. She got from me who got it from Tyler who got it from her friends that night she went out to Mamacitas for drinks. 
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Sunrise in PA.
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Our Tinky girl can see better now. She was a month old last week!
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Peaks from Rush Munroes have gone up in price and size. I suggested a double scooped, but her stomach spoke before her brain and she got herself a peak. We were two blocks from the shop when she complained that she couldn’t eat it all. Lucky her older sister doesn’t care about germs and took care of the rest.
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