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SusieQ    Posted 04-16-2004 at 03:00:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
Sure hope you are feeling better today, don't you go out and over do things, there is nothing that can't wait a day til you get to feeling better, maybe a kid in your neighborhood could come work with you a few hours..............give it a thought. But take care now.


Fern(Mi)    Posted 04-16-2004 at 03:51:36       [Reply]  [No Email]
Good morning Sweet Sue:
Misplacing my stocking cap yeaterday was only the beginning. Unbelievable as it was by noon I had even managed to lose my barnyard tux.
One young fella drivening by in supprise, stopped and thougt hehad found the "Man In Black." The ladies never mentioning it I was not fashion consious I wore under my black billed cap a black flannel shirt and wraped about the tales on down black jeans.
Wish I could sing. Tone deaf. Like for most part easy listening where I can hear the melody and a few singers who put the words first. Glen Yarbourgh and a couple gals singing across the music boards these days (?)(give me a week and I'll remeber more than their looks)(cussed mind thing anyway!).
Anyway the way I sing crops would whither and die.
But just for you Sue, I'll keep my shirt on today. Thanks for the concern. 000
I got to get coffee!
Fernan


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