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August 20, 2008


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Sophie is priceless...that face just makes me smile. I'm sure she'll discover her perfect niche...and in the meantime she's experiencing a whole bunch of fun stuff...what could possibly be wrong with that!


A free-spirit. Renaissance Woman!


Well it may not have stuck-but at least she tried. Sounds like music and writing are the way to go!

Sorry to hear about your DH surgery-hopefully his recovery will be speedy!


We have had the same thing going on with my DD. She now plays piano and golfs. There are some fun golfcamps out there.

Hope your DH will get better after the surgery!

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