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No Mother-Son Dance

Started by jkm426, March 01, 2010, 02:14:39 pm

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2chickiebaby

crying with you, Penstamen. :'(

luise.volta

What a bunch of "slobbering-sweeties!!"

No weddings in my clan for a while and  I tell you this... if my t granddaughter (who is in college) gets married, I am going to put a contract out on her!  ;D ;D ;D
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama

RedRose


luise.volta

Well, my post didn't print right. I was trying to use bold type underline the word "Great" and it dropped it out.

So, if my "great" granddaughter (now in college and threatening to grow up) got married...I would feel so old I would just have to do her in to get past it!  ;D ;D  (I've threatened her with that and she just laughed her head off.) Mother of the bride is one thing...and grandmother of the bride is OK...but great grandmother of the bride doesn't look too great to me! (And this is all tongue in cheek, of course...we need a tongue-in-cheek smiley face!)
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama