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At 7:24am on June 16, 2010, Tricia Diebold said…
I tried. I must be missing something; I'm not seeing where it says "join group" on the page. I'll keep trying. But, I got the e-mail about burning the video to DVD, so I'll get that done and in by Friday.
At 9:54pm on March 2, 2010, Julie K. Swoboda said…
No way, man! :-D
I brought my "talents" to AZ!
At 9:34pm on March 2, 2010, Julie K. Swoboda said…
MICHELE! It was so good to see your comment! I am in Phoenix. Sending you a message...
At 9:20am on April 20, 2009, Daniel Gulchak said…
Hi Michele, thanks for joining our Ning. Feel free to add blog comments or start your own forum with a topic of your choosing anytime!

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