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Hi Lesa, I see some of my friends are posting here! As I told you in email, the balloon pics are wonderful. Just a little story. For hubby's and my 25th anniversary, I hired a balloon secretly and had son drive us to the field at 6:30 am with my hubby blindfolded. I also had a bottle of champagne. We so enjoyed it! Son picked us up by following the chase cars. It cost $250 for an hour back in 1981! I earned the money by having a garage sale. Ah Memories! I like your site and your entries. Thanks for the link.

Luv, GBoo


Hi Lisa, found this site from a link you left at misfitting. I mostly lurk on loretta's site, but have posted a few times. Nice blog you have started here, I have enjoyed reading some of your writing already, keep up the good work. Laurie


Oh c'mon isn't she cute? Daddy is not too cute in that pic, but Mia......awwww :D



Another Michigan Festival you should know about: The Deerfield Testicle Festival. Deerfield is located smack dab between Monroe and Adrian. Every year, the Saturday after St. Patrick's Day, you can get a steaming hot bowl of bull balls. Lovely, huh?

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