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Katherine, oh yeah and drive away that of my remaining vitsrois! Bahahaha!Steven, is that a giggle, a laugh or "what an idiot" tee-hee?:)HA! Guess you are 12, same as me. Definitely download the ring tone. I would but I don't know how, which brings me back up to old age, I guess:)


I like to think I change minds just by being a drenfieft sort of person. :) That my differences may make more conservative folk more open to non-Christians.For instance, I recently dyed my hair bright red. I don't mean a natural red. I mean RED red! Vampire Red from Manic Panic kind of red. And, I love it! I like the color, and think it looks great on me! My MIL wasn't too crazy about it .but she loves me. I like to think that maybe this will help folks like her realize that drenfieft isn't always bad. I was more nervous about work than anything else, but after the initial shock, they were okay with it. :)

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