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Date:9/21/2014 5:51:48 AM
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Hi Scoober ♥
I'm still staring at my beautiful ring! Oh, I just picked up our photo. You are so handsome my sweet Scoober. Chyna gives him another hug & kiss.
I'm so happy that your parronts are feeling better now. I hope they are 100% real soon.
Mom just got a new swimsuit today. She is so ready for summer. First, she will have to walk thru several feetn of snow to find the beach. Then chop a hole in the ice covered lake after removing the snow ... silly mom. If you want to see something really cool ... google Lake Michigan Ice Balls (NBC Chicago site has the best pics & info). They form in the melted part of Lake MI and are pushed up on shore. Some of the ice balls weight up to 50 lbs. They are kind of cool looking.
Soon (I hope) it will be time to swim, boat, picnic etc ... I'm so looking forward to it.
Chyna, your girl 4ever
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