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OT:Dear John!!

From: Gordon & Loraine Nicholson <iris4u@pacbell.net>

Hello to all, Now that our chat-line leader mentioned all that "bloom"
he has in such a fiendish why don't all of us show up and view his
blooms, maybe even stay for a cold drink or a sandwich lunch!!  I guess
my jealous feelings are coming to the service!!! Lorraine at Woodland
Iris gardens where we now are up to almost 10 percent bloom.

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