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this lovely bit of writing has been attributed to me, much to my chagrin:

A Fun Holiday Sheet, don't be to discret-
information we need will be fun
maybe we will guess who you are
a gardner , a painter, a star.

Tell a secret from your past?
What other jobs have you worked?
What do you do with your friends?
How many children do you have, are you married?
Where did you grow up?
What is dream vaction?
What is your most favorite place
Do you have pets?
What is one tradition you always do?
Would you perfer to horseback ride or go to the spa?
What do you like to do on a rainy day?

WHO AM I GUESS????????

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Momma_Dee said…
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Momma_Dee said…
What the heck is this? What would you perfer to do on your most favorite dream vaction?
auntie m said…
I too am wondering what the heck this is.

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