Woodring's Christmas Story

Karamel - December 18 2006, 8:31 PM

Dear Woodring,

Congratulations on your achievement and Happy Holidays to you too :-)

God Bless!Tchimbé rèd adan travay la!

One Luv Always,

Kara
WestPalm Beach, Florida

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