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WillowTree was last seen:
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    1. strollingbones
      had...i have been cancer feel for two years now and all...bladder cancer from smoking ciggies but i am good now
      1. WillowTree
        Thank goodness! That makes me smile! The treatment is rough!
        Jun 5, 2017
    2. ChrisL
      Thanks for the friends request! :)
    3. Meister
      Just stopped by to say hello, Willow.
      1. MeBelle and WillowTree thanked this.
    4. strollingbones
      i am ...glad to see you
    5. Greeneyedlady
      Hey! There you are!
    6. Mr. H.
      Mr. H.
    7. strollingbones
      we are all good....son and his lady friend are coming over and suddenly hubby wants to extact honey
    8. strollingbones
      how is you and the family?
    9. Mr. H.
      Mr. H.
      2/3 of WTF. :D
      LOL thanks. Have a good'n. :thup:
    10. HereWeGoAgain
      Thanks for having my six. (my back)
      I really want to let others to judge this guy but I'm having a hard time stooping that low. Grrrrrrrrh!!!
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