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Calling it a night.........................
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Off to work.............................
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Hello, anyone out there.................................LOL!!
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So that was the end of Round 10...........................
So I wanted to have a topic that would be an easier one since the Spring Event is going on, so here we go......
This next topic can be anything you can read, the next topic is...............................Reading Rainbow
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And it just so happens the book I'm currently reading will fit right in here ...
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