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You know, I had seriously never thought of that. I'm off to google all my old boyfriends.


It's the only way to plan any sort of reunion as well, be it family or school. The Michigan Department of Corrections website has amused me for many an hour.


Well I did the scoop on my long line of childhood crushes on my blog. So I do honestly believe that I am exempt from this discussion (no matter how many times I've heard, "You need to comment on this one!" from Lisa, of course). There is also the fact that I cannot single out a specific young maid who caught my heart in mid flight with a single kiss so early on in my years abroad in this world.

After all, there were so very many... ;)

- MG


Lori Newell. 1975. Cute little blonde with a Barbie Doll appearance. I believe it took place in the coat room of Will L. Lee Elementary School in Richmond, MI. Ah, memories!


Okay, okay. I had to comment on this one! Bryan Michaels? Are you kidding me? I should have known. You were such a roller hussie! I, on the other hand, was a virtuous girl on skates. ~grins~


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