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Treadmill Offering

Jul 6, 2013
Treadmill Offering

I wanted to share with you this touching gift that I received just a week ago. As everyone knows, many people are always expressing concerns about my health due to my weight and always encourage me to do some light exercise to keep healthy...

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Baby Jane parody

Sep 27, 2012
Baby Jane parody

  The original Baby Jane clip Dear friends, I have always enjoyed the acting of Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. They are some of my favorites. As they aged, it was harder for them to find acting roles as they did when they were in their heyday. But yet, they were world famous and...

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