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Changing the channel

Hi everyone,
A friend told me to post this thread. Just bored with the rat race. I would really love to go see the world and a sailboat sounds like a great way to do it. I am serious about this. If you would like some company I am your girl! Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Cabo San Lucas, Hawaii or you tell me. I've been to most of them and would love to see them all. I have a photo on my profile and have no problem sending more on request. I'm a professional and energetic person who enjoys having a great time. A great time can be chilling on the beach or hitting the nightlife.

Let me know what you think, what your plans are, then we'll see where the wind blows!

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her going when she oughta fall down, tells you she's hurting 'fore she keens. Makes her a home.

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