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I am afraid
NaTasha House (Ms_nhouse@hotmail.com)
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Being afriad
Ann Marie Bausserman (alilkittin4u@aol.com)
Not to know what ones furture holds is very intimidating.I am 26 year old mother of two. My daughter was born 12 weeks premature. I have learned to take your fears and let them empower you. Not in the negitive sense but in the positive sense. Also, I think I know you or someone with the same name as you, sounds funny I'm sure especially on a board like this. do you have a younger sister, who's name is a month of the year? If so you were my babysiter,lol.If you are this person , please e-mail me. I would like to say hello to your family. If not I apoligize for any inconvience or acwardness I may cause.
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