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Date:9/21/2014 6:11:36 AM
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Hi Braxton
Punkin here again. I wanted to let you know we're always glad to visit with you and let you know we all survived the terrible winds we had yesterday. Oh they were awful. 40-50 mph gusting into the 70s knocking over trees, taking roofs off and all sorts of nasty things. We are so glad we're here in a nice warm home. And cold!!! Oh it's super cold. even froze the rain.
Oh, I'm leaving Part B of my story.....

Just picture it.....Punkin is the pitcher....strolls up to the mound.....stands next to the ball and panics.....HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO PITCH THAT?! IT'S BIGGER THAN I AM!......finally it's time to go up to she steps up to the plate she's handed the bat.....she finally gets that tree up and OH NO!!!! HERE COMES THE BALL..... she drops the bat and is caught by the catcher. Sure is good that glove is so soft, she could have really gotten hurt....
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