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    Sunday, May 23, 2010

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    Stacey

    I LOVE little places like this. And you got a Rainbow too!

    Happy Trails,
    Stacey

    Holly Lane

    Well I work here and none of the Sheries work there. We were trying to figure out who was working there that looks like the one you are thinking about and I am pretty sure that it is me. But we are very honored that you stopped to eat at our diner!

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