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wow your gas is still high here it is: $1.43

Our gas got as low as $1.59. It's back up to $1.79 as of yesterday. Guess we'll see what happens.

Boy 53 years! God willing we both get to enjoy that many! We are 11 and counting! My grandmother just turned 95 so it could happen. I was 29 and he was 35 when we were married.

We met....we don't know where we met....so what cake for that, Eileenie?! I think it's just a sign that you should be nice to everyone because you never know if the person you are talking to might be a very important person in your life, your future spouse, and the father of your beautiful children! I was at our rectory the other day requesting Mass cards, and May 21st was the "next available" date, so I (took out another $10 and) reserved a Mass for us on our 21st Anniversary!! (And Treece, you ND people are always in bars...too bad you didn't go to a good Catholic, JESUIT college!) Man! I missed seeing you all at Thanksgiving

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