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Glad you made it home safely Alex, you never know about those Continental aluminum tubes.
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Good your home,
Enjoy the kids.When they leave the house and are on there own MOVE SO THEY CAN NOT COME BACK...You do not want to know how i know this..

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Tom...I flew with Iberia...Santiago Madrid Lisbon...wasn't too bad a service..nice food and nice chairs
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They always come back! There's just no escaping. But it's great.
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MArk, in this country, boys and girls stay in the house till they get married.

After marriage, we tend to buy houses near the parents, and most families see each other everyday..we do..and encourage the boys to do the same...

we see the inlaws and my mom everyday..we live within 15 minutes from each other, so does the brothers, and sisters..we're weird..but it's the way we are...my cousin, never married is 42 and lives with mum and dad...he has a house, off course, so he lives there when he has girlfriends..but whn out of a ride..he returns home
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My daughter and her new husband live one block away. We get to see each other every day. The boys are a bit further so that's tough, particularly with grand kids. But they all love the boat so life is good!!
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We all have many blessings to be thankful for. I just posted a blog about it at MySpace.com - Cliff - 49 - Male - WILBURTON, Oklahoma - www.myspace.com/captainledge pics of my family and friends but the blog entry is there for you to read. I was told it's one of my better entries.

God bless each and everyone of you. Whether you wear a kilt or not....
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MArk, in this country, boys and girls stay in the house till they get married.

After marriage, we tend to buy houses near the parents, and most families see each other everyday..we do..and encourage the boys to do the same...

we see the inlaws and my mom everyday..we live within 15 minutes from each other, so does the brothers, and sisters..we're weird..but it's the way we are...my cousin, never married is 42 and lives with mum and dad...he has a house, off course, so he lives there when he has girlfriends..but whn out of a ride..he returns home

It was kind of like that here a long time ago Alex. All kidding aside . . . . . . . you and your family are all class. It shows. We get together with our family tomorow for the big dinner and sharing. You're right Alex . . . we should be grateful.


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Happy Thanksgiving, Giu. We're thankful that you are part of our lives. May God Bless.

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I'll second that... and Happy Thanksgiving to you Sway.
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