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    Bonnie Lea
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      so my brain is working but mayhap too much.  I only want to show one pic-a-chure not the whole thing…. (only six) but still)  I shall try again another time.  Don’t worry I won’t drive you all totally insane, but I am like a bear with a sore backside or a mean dog (is there such a thing?) with a bone to gnaw on.

      so my brain is working but mayhap too much.  I only want to show one pic-a-chure not the whole thing…. (only six) but still)  I shall try again another time.  Don’t worry I won’t drive you all totally insane, but I am like a bear with a sore backside or a mean dog (is there such a thing?) with a bone to gnaw on.

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        Kimmer
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          No Bad Dogz, Bonnie Lea.  I am pretty sure of that.  I don’t know why PhotoBucket shows your entire album, but it always has if you click on the picture to enlarge them.  That is if you post the clickable image link which is the one I usually choose.  Well that was back when the picture showed up in the body of the email.

          I think your brain is working great!  It always does.

          Take good care, K.

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