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Eve Caillard

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Hi Girls!

 

I have not been on Laura's for a while, for many reasons. But I wanted to pop in here just to wish you all an amazing Christmas and best wishes for 2018.

Though I have not been here, I have often wondered how you all are and hoped you make progress in your lives. 

 

As always, you have my thoughts, support and my best wishes to the folks who make this amazing forum work. I hope to be here more often!

 

Best wishes and hugs

 

Eve

 

 

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Thank you Eve. Happy Holidays to you!

 

Lots of love,

Timber Wolf????

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Seasons greetings Eve.  Thanks for checking in on us.  Yes we miss you but understand that life is what it is.  I hope 2018 is good to you.  

 

Jani

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Merry Christmas everyone. God bless us one and all.

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Merry Christmas to all of us and

a healthy, happy and peaceful New Year

 

 Big Hugs,

 

Charlize

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I hope everyone's Christmas is joyous and peaceful.

 

We have a weather forecast for today and tomorrow that includes snowfall. Once and a while we have a white Christmas here, this year it may happen.

 

I ran into our neighborhood "Santa", he a very nice life size (Italian) Santa that wears a full white beard, his "ho ho ho" to me as I walked past his house was really cool the other day.....

 

C -

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Happy holiday everyone! Hope Santa is good to all of us!???

 

Lots of love,

Timber Wolf?

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I'm still a little nervous of course, but there's no longer any doubt in my mind that I really am trans, this isn't a mistake, or just some kind of phase I'll grow out of; these feelings have been a part of me all my life and it's time to make things right. ...It's literally in my blood lol.
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