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Re: Re:back from Claremore

Glad you got back safely despite the rain.  Sounds like a great weekend.

In a message dated 10/31/2004 7:43:31 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@academicplanet.com writes:
Started w/ 6 - polished off 4 w/ Robert's help - so they have two left
for whatever! Was a very nice visit - Jesse needed the break as much as
I did, despite driving back today in abominable rain. Went to a parade
yesterday afternoon in Claremore and saw Jesse's girls, they do the flag
drill team for their high school. Tall, gorgeous and looked so grown up.
Was glad not to have missed that. Sure glad to be home though, missed
this angel very much. Even w/ all the animals swarming me at Jesse's - I
miss my Sugar.

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