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Date:9/22/2014 12:16:51 PM
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Boba here
Mommy still found the little hamster and she didn't told daddy yet,he is on the lose,hehehehe,but mommy is sure he is hiding somehwere in her and daddy's bedroom,so hopefully when daddy leaves for his trip today later,she can take care of it and try to catch that little thing.Logan our german sheperd was sniefing around all morning in the bedroom,thats why mommy think the hamster is still in there,she saw and heard him yesterday in the morning,but couldn't catch him,so she will try later,hopefully she can catch him,our she will get in trouble with daddy when he comes back,hihihihi,yesterday the weather was ok,this morning its very foggy and cold outside.daddy made it home yesterday,when it was time for him to go home all the snow was melt,its wasn't cold enough that it would gotta go,hope you have a great sunday,hit the votie thingy for you.beaky kisses BOBA
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