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OXOX, I didn't mean to leave you out. We will go from snow to slush to mud too. I hope to get to my clothesline in a few days. Bird Mama what fun news.
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On 3/7/2015 Bird mama said:

I have news - my eldest niece is expecting her second child

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Morning, Twinny2- are you getting ready for your Mexican anniversary trip?

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Congrats on the new arrival (expected), bird. That is always exciting, isn't it?

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On 3/7/2015 Bird mama said:

Good Morning OXOX

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On 3/7/2015 twinny2 said: OXOX, I didn't mean to leave you out. We will go from snow to slush to mud too. I hope to get to my clothesline in a few days. Bird Mama what fun news.

B will have to wear hip waders to get out to the grill Smiley Happy

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Twinny - we're here every Saturday, whether or not AM Style is on the air (lol). Join in any time.

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Yup, the mud is a given; my little dog is like a small child, has to wade through all the mud and the puddles, then often gets away from me when we go back inside, what fun that is, cleaning up her muddy tracks all over the place. Love my little girl dog, though. {#emotions_dlg.wub}

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On 3/7/2015 snickster said:

Congrats on the new arrival (expected), bird. That is always exciting, isn't it?


I was at my sister's house last Saturday night and when her daughter (my niece) said, check out this video of Zoe (her eldest), I took the phone and starting watching. It was a movie that my nephew (by marriage) made and it reminded me of a silent film. There was a sign first, like this is a story about a little girl who liked to dance and then it transitioned to clips of Zoe dancing. Weaved into the story was the fact that Zoe wanted to be a big sister, but the viewer was so engaged in the rest of the story, she missed it (so did my middle sister).

After a couple of minutes of the movie it ended like a coming attraction to a new movie and announced that coming in September, Zoe would be a big sister.

I'll tell you, I was so excited I must have looked like Herman Munster seeing fire. Nearly dropped the phone.

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On 3/7/2015 Bird mama said:
On 3/7/2015 snickster said:

Congrats on the new arrival (expected), bird. That is always exciting, isn't it?


I was at my sister's house last Saturday night and when her daughter (my niece) said, check out this video of Zoe (her eldest), I took the phone and starting watching. It was a movie that my nephew (by marriage) made and it reminded me of a silent film. There was a sign first, like this is a story about a little girl who liked to dance and then it transitioned to clips of Zoe dancing. Weaved into the story was the fact that Zoe wanted to be a big sister, but the viewer was so engaged in the rest of the story, she missed it (so did my middle sister).

After a couple of minutes of the movie it ended like a coming attraction to a new movie and announced that coming in September, Zoe would be a big sister.

I'll tell you, I was so excited I must have looked like Herman Munster seeing fire. Nearly dropped the phone.

Wow, that was a wonderful way to announce it. Very creative. How fun.

"To each their own, in all things".