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Meet my alter-ego!

Hi All,

Finally, I have a pal here too!  Of course she's prettier than me, and maybe a tad bit younger, but you have to agree, she really surprises you upon arrival.  Maybe she will bring out the creativity in me!

Today it is 80 degrees in North Carolina.  Just four days ago I had on a winter coat and was complaining that I was tired of being cold!  It's March, and I'm out gardening and cutting back plants, for I can see the spring growth underneath.  I can't say I'm sorry for all you back North (I'm from New York) or the MidWest.  This is exactly why we settled here, and I'm loving it! Hence the beach in my alter-ego's background!  Now, if I could just get her to help me with work. HMMM


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