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Wow, Lisa, you sure did talk a blue streak! I guess I was a little apprehensive about turning 40 myself. It really wasn't such a big deal after all.

I feel a lot smarter, and feel pretty good about myself for an old broad.

No matter how many birthdays you have, you'll continue to be one of the most fabulous people in the universe.

Susan Reynolds

You overcame the posting challenge well - but our timing certainly was off. Yes, I was feeling chatty too but was foiled at every turn. Thanks for saying at least in part what I was thinking.


15 days to go and she has called the whole thing off twice! I keep asking "how many people?", and she keeps saying "none!" "Its all off! I'm not doing it!". "Your parents don't want to have it, I'm not too sure about anything!"...

Ok, Lisa... get a grip, I only asked how many people... that's all I asked... be calm, just answer my question, please...


- Martin


Can anyone say "Crisis"? Does anyone know someone that can help Lisa out just a little with something she can smoke for the next week or two that might calm her down? Anyone? Anyone? Please... Anyone?

- Martin


Back in 10th grade, Tammy and I were watching television and saw something that said nutmeg is an hallucinagen. We didn't even say a word, just immediately went to the kitchen and grabbed the nutmeg. Tammy still swears she saw little pink creatures jumping around the room. So if necessary, you can roll her up some nutmeg and give it a go.


Nope, the nutmeg doesn't work. Don and I tried that years ago too! HAHAHAHA!

- Martin

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