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Sending off some Christmas cards today to ex, eq and tu just to say thank you for all of the friendly battles we have fought this year. It's one of those cards with a money slot except my cards have a dispute slot. I would love to read some of the letters they get through there. Ah, maybe I'll make it a nutcase santa letter!!



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Oh lord if I could figure out how to post a photo on here, I have a better one..... Santa, holding up some hairy legs and a beautiful poem..." You better not pout, you better not cry.... You better not scream I'm going in dry "


Happy holidays to the bureaus

Nice. Just click on the little box just under the smiley face. It must be a link so you may need to upload it to something like Photobucket.

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