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At 2:57pm on August 19, 2008, Amy Stark said…
I love the picture, Sarah. Fabulous composition! Thanks for joining. I am going to talk to Pam about doing a little training at her place.
At 3:02pm on August 19, 2008, AV Framing Gallery -- Sarah Adams said…
Hey, I'm member #43 and I'm 43 years old...whoa, freaky!
At 5:06pm on August 19, 2008, Amy Stark said…
It's fate!

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