I was wondering about your sudden silence. I guess everything...

Myrtho - June 6 2012, 12:30 PM

I was wondering about your sudden silence.

I guess everything happens for a reason.Iam all eyes when the appropriate moment arrives.

Thanks for thinking of us.

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