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Shoot, I'm not shy! I missed the Giovanni contest as I was too busy scrodding around with muh new blob. I would have lost anyway. I encourage you to think up more contests. It brings out my lurking alpha female instincts.

It is very funny that Mia tattles on the dogs! You can't exactly say no tattling as there may be a real issue with dawgs! I am sure she is learning the "no-tattle" rule at her pre-school. Hope you are warm and well and that the weather in Green Bay isn't at your house. We watched part of a football game this afternoon that was ridiculously white-out blizzard. Boys will be boyz no matter what.
Au reservoir. xxooasusual


pee ess I like the new decor. I don't see a red dog leash anywhere.


I like your new template!


Maybe the dear girl saw a reflection in the Microwabe.


Lisa, I haven't visited in awhile. I like the new look. Still catching up!

Tip: if anything's moving around in the microwave, turn it on!


Okay, I've been told off and I'm hanging my head in shame. Maybe I don't comment because I like seeing my comments once I've posted them. Remember, I have to wait until tomorrow, now. Sigh!

Huh, I'll just use "Preview", that'll teach ya!

Love your stuff, Lisa. Smooch!

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