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    « Winter is almost over, Japan sadly feels tragic tremors, but Spring lies ahead | Main | Butcher - Lunching & Munching with friends, enjoying Donald Link's food »

    Monday, March 14, 2011


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    Bret Bannon

    Congratulations you two on the new additions to your family. Miss you lots!


    Saw the new portal that you created ...looks great.

    Congrats on the babies..we are drowning in spring lambs as well. You are right...we need something positive and cute in the midst of such a calamity.

    God bless!



    Very nice your website and interesting information. I have build website community for farmers from World. Please visit


    Darling picture of Charlie and the babes.... Warms my heart......



    congratulations :) lovely babies

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