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Re: See you on the southside/she's home!

Andrea, so good to know you are safely home.  I would never
want to live anywhere but where I do - I pray daily that I never
have to - but I do understand both your urge to be back in a
place you love, and the need not to be near your sister.  I could
never have lived near some members of my family - and even
now don't want to live near my sons.  And I am just as sure they
don't want to live near me.
Anyway, welcome back.

In a message dated 03/08/2006 9:13:18 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
raider843@earthlink.net writes:
I made it you guys, I'm on the Southside of the States. THANK GOD! 
No offense whatsoever to all you mid-westerners. I don't think I've ever
met such nice, down-to earth people. 
But I couldn't take the cold, and I can say this now without fear of
someone looking over my shoulder...........I absolutley CANNOT live that
close to my sister. So, now I've said it. 

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