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Re: Re: OT/CHAT: Baby here, as pink as they get

In a message dated 12/1/00 9:26:45 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
GardnrJan1@aol.com writes:

< Many of you will be wondering, and already may know...
 New seedling ANGELINA IRENE arrived 11/28/00 to pod and pollen parents Janet 
 and Bob Natale, 7 lb. 1 oz. , 19 inches long, medium blond/brown
 hair and sweet as can be!>

So, Janet, there was a reason for your recent intense interest in pinks!  
Congratulations...she sounds precious.

Judy Hunt in Louisville, KY, Zone 6...expecting one to three inches of snow 
tomorrow, which may mean anywhere from none up to twenty inches if the usual 
forecast accuracy is true to form!    

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