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   Posted 7/4/2005 11:38 AM (GMT -6)   
Sorry I have been AWOL--we are still trying to pull everything together re: our new construction.
Here is a link to my stress LOL In addition to the house pictures (you can see how they assemble a modular), there are also pics of my daughter. SHe and her girlfriends didn't have dates so they bought flowers for each other & went anyway! Stupid boys lol
I will try to catch up soon. We are having my DD's grad party, and had to change our plans from having it at our NEW property (since there is no running water or sewer yet) to having it at our current home. This has wreaked MAJOR havoc, needless to say, since the 3 car garage where we now have to put banquet tables is so full of sh-!t that we have much work ahead of us before July 9th. Wish me luck!!
Sending good wishes and hugs to all of you, Michele
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   Posted 7/4/2005 1:14 PM (GMT -6)   
Love the pictures, Mikki! Thanks so much for sharing. What a lovely place you'll be moving into. And Lauren is incredible. Enjoy!


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   Posted 7/4/2005 5:21 PM (GMT -6)   
Oh, Mikki! Thank you so much for sharing. I loved seeing the pictures and thought the b&w ones were especially gorgeous.

You must be looking forward to being settled in your new home. Wish we could come for a house warming!

Take care of you.


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   Posted 7/4/2005 11:21 PM (GMT -6)   

What fantastic pictures! Lauren is so beautiful, what a lovely daughter you have. I am so envious of the picture of her with Kasey Kane (sp?). WOW, isn't he just a living lucky was she to get to have a picture taken with him. I really do have to show Wes that one. Can you tell we are Nascar fans?

Keep that stress under control sweetie, you know what it can do to you.

Your house is just beautiful................enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!

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