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Re: Re: Four O'Clocks, wedding..

Well, gang, I'm trying to play catch up with email and I come on this
thread!  Jesse, Kitty and Andrea, I think you're all in the wrong
business...you should be walking around these events with a video
camera and sound recorder - sell them as reality films; you could
make a fortune.....hysterical to read but I'm sure not so hysterical
to have to experience!!!  Lordy, lordy.

Families are amazing; just have to wonder how we all managed to turn
out so well given the people we're related to.  Mine has its moments;
not quite the caliber of yours, but bet there's hardly one of us who
can't identify!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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