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Have the T-Shirt

That shirt was darling and no one could ever guess it was a maternity top.

Next time we go somewhere with LARGE wineglasses :P


Gee your hair looks terrific though!

(it was beeeeeeeeeutiful here in Michigan today, hope it was in Indy too!)


Lisa, you're waaay to hard on yourself. You look great. I can identify with the wineglass thing, too. I have one that's about 3 "proper" wineglasses worth. I look at it as an energy saver. Just doing my part to combat global warming.

Far be it from me to crack open the fridge and waste precious energy more often than absoloutly neccessary! That's my story, and I'm sticking to it!


Lisa....Janey gained like 40+ lbs and she's still growing...doctor says her lungs sound great (only using inhaler once a day instead of twice)....but...she has to work at losing a pound a day.... which is good for me too... i'm FINALLY on my way back down to where i started, its a slow trek tho.... slow and steady wins the race...does that mean i can keep it off once i get there? i figure if i can get it off you can (much easier being younger and with that "high" metabolism you, randy, and mom seem to have)... as for me..and grandma's bat wings...? those will never go away! randy quit smoking too....and was really bummed that he's gotten up to a size 34 waist... i DO NOT feel sorry for him... actually told him now i could give him the jeans i grew out of!

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