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    11-11-2007, 12:44 PM
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I talked to her on IM last night and she said you are nice people. :) Said she just evened them up balance wise and tweaked em as they weren't long. She's happy to have another in that direction. Helps with gas and mileage when she can combine trips. She does that over my way too. I have 5, a couple friends with 2-3 each.. She cleans up over here. LOL I love that she isn't expensive.

Ya gotta love it when you see her get out of her truck. Lil whisp of a thing.. LOL
     
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    11-12-2007, 09:48 AM
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Hah! I think she got a little offended when I made a comment about her being a "kid". To me anything under 30 is a kid Yeah I guess we are nice people, my husband more than me.
     
    11-12-2007, 10:51 AM
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LOL, I don't recall how old she is, but I do know she's closer to 30 than 20.. She does look really young tho. I'm sure she gets that all the time, carded too most likely. Oh to have that problem. LOL
     

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