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December 23, 2009

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Libby

Good for you! Enjoy every minute...

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How awesome. My mom was full blooded German and was born in Leipzig and grew up in Stuttgart. She used to make us wear lederhosen to school.

(thinking)

So there's that. That explains a lot of my school day trauma.

(tapping fingers)

Well, I hope you and Jess are doing great. We never did figure out anything with my adoption. The Pasque-Yaqui tribe were less than helpful and there were enough complaints about the insurance coverage changing, that it was put back on the table and we were able to get the medical coverage I am going to need when the time comes. Sadly it came at a higher cost than we were already paying, but I will get to live. Unless of course the health reform stuff goes all to hell.

Wishing you guys a wonderful holiday. Stay warm this season.

Mel

YAAAY! Glad you're back in action, lady. Your place is adorable but I want to see the inside!!

Holly Thatcher

So happy you're back and can't wait for the stories. Merry Christmas!

Ashlee Christofferson

Welcome Back!! Adorable house and I am so excited to read about your adventures in Germany. What an amazing experience you are going to have. XOXO.

Carrie

Hello! I can't wait to see your house in person! I thought for a second your profile pic was in your new apartment and I was like, "Wow! Cute!" then I realized that pic was taken in my kitchen. Not smart.

Abby

Yay, yay, YAY!!! Glad to see you back online! :D

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I heard Germany's a beautiful country with an eccentric culture. I'm sure you'll get used to it.

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