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Old 10-25-2004, 04:01 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Audeo
Norgeskog, what a compliment! You bet your daughter has been bragging on you -- that's obvious!! Your menu makes my mouth water, and the kind generosity of the future inlaws was heart-warming, too!

May this be the beginning of many, many years of fun gatherings between your families!!!

And give the daughter an extra-loud kiss on her gracious cheek, will ya?
Thanks audio and the rest of you. The future inlaws are absolutely sweet and warm people with good outlooks and attitudes.

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