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"Road Trip"

Listen up WackyPac! We need to get away for the day says Kathy L. so Annale suggested that we "investigate" the quilt shop in Plano....I forget the name. Anyway...Road trip next Tuesday, May 1, 2007. Whoever can make it, we leave from Brookshire (Fairfield) at 8AM for a day of shopping. Shhhhhhhh! If we finish early, we've coming back through Waxahachie or however you spell it. Think about it and if you can't make it, call one of us on the cell and "order" something.
Remember......Daliah's on next Wednesday, May 2, 2007.


swooze said…
I want to meet you at the Carriage House Shoppe in Plano!! Please email me!!
Rhonda said…
Alright Wackies!
I wanna go! I wanna go! I wanna go! BUT I CAN'T! Oh well, if you get thrown in jail, just call me and I'll see about arranging bail to get you out, okay? Why do I say this, you ask? Because I know that quilt shop will never be the same after the Wackies have struck -- LOL!!!

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