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Carri

Hi Lisa,
I just wanted to let you know that I'd caught up on your entries that I'd missed. I love those types of places where sweatshirts and jeans are the norm. They're right up my alley, especially when they know how to cook.

I enjoyed your entry about being on the radio. Don't you know we always sound bad when we listen to ourselves? And that our friends must make fun of us whether it's justifiable or not? Did you get to plug your blog?

Mouse or mole, they would both startle me and make me scream. I don't like suprises.

Stacy

Girlfriend... you are in dire need of an update. May I suggest a few topics?

1. Brad and Jen... Angelina? Or just "growing apart"?

2. My husband says it's wrong to serve beer at a 3-year-old's birthday party. I say it's necessary like oxygen. Your thoughts?

3. We may not be coming to Michigan this summer, after all. What are the chances you'll ship me a lasagna?

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