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June 19, 2004



"How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You", by James Taylor. I am reading this blog entry 2 days late b/c I was out of town over the weekend and it will be a miracle if I am actually the winner of this no prize.

PS We Haines' are so happy that Tessa gets her external hardware removed Wed. Abbey and I plan to wear our flip- flop necklaces for the next 3 days to help you all arrive in Baltimore safely, to help Tessa get through the procedure safely, and to help you all arrive back home safely!

Gramma Judy

How Sweet It Is To Be In Love With You is the song (I think). I am still trying to come up with the artist. One half of no prize is better than nothing, right????? :-)

Gramma Judy

Is Uncle Bob on Paul or Delores' side? Was this a first meeting, or did they come to your wedding? It is always nice to get together with family. Glad you had that chance. :-)

We just got back from our weekend getaway. We had a good time. I called you from a restaurant in Key Largo called Ballyhoo's. It was an old conch fishing shack back in the 30's that has been renovated into a restaurant. The food and
atmosphere were great. My phone went dead just as they brought our meal, so that's why I didn't call back. The only other thing I intended to say and didn't was to wish you a Happy Father's Day today! I hope you are having a dandy. You deserve it. :-)

I put some Father's Day cards in the mail to you and Cody and a package is on its way to the kids. The package is to celebrate the removal of Tessa's cage!!! It may not be there until you get back, but that's OK. (There's a sack in there for Cody and Amy, too.) You might keep you eye out for it.

Jerry is watching the golf tournament, so he is having a good Father's Day. We just got back from the Keys an hour or so ago. Key Largo was nice but our ride back through the Everglade swamps was a little iffy. We got off the main road and traveled the "Loop Road" instead. Honest to God, I thought the mosquitoes were going to carry us away, car and all. I've never seen anything like it. Yuck! Even the grasshoppers were so darn big they couldn't hop! Never again without mosquito netting, a fly swatter, buckets of Deet and perhaps a shotgun. We also saw several alligators. I felt sorry for the poor things having to put up with all those bugs all the time!

If I don't talk to you before you leave on Tuesday, please give me a call to let me know how everything went following Tessa's surgery. What a happy day that will be. :-)

Hugs and kisses to all.
Gramma Judy

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