I'm glad you're back. I miss reading you e-mails. I began to...

Emmanuelle - May 30 2012, 12:01 PM

I'm glad you're back. I miss reading you e-mails.

I began to wonder if you had just abandonned and not letting us know all the " juicy zin" about everything.

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