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June 16, 2004


Lisa in Oregon

I'll miss you Bron! As well, I understand all too well what you are driving into....I'll be sending good thoughts. :) Lisa in Oregon PS I love Meatloaf too!


Have a good trip.You know what I mean !


Safe trip - look foeward to hearing from you again

Cheers n hugs


On those long stretches, put the car on cruise control and drive with your knees, thus freeing your hand to knit (I do it all the time, but don't tell anyone!).

Hope all goes smoothly with the folks.


Enjoy your trip! I can't play Meatloaf in the car. It makes me speed. I'm at a nice 60MPH, "Bat Out Of Hell" comes on... by the end of the chorus, I'm doing atleast 75/80.

Ditto "Edge of Seventeen" by Stevie Nicks.

These days, my hubby and I either put on some college a cappella or something from NPR. We're mellowing.


Thanks for the good wishes everyone! See ya soon!


Have a safe trip!!! I love road trips, especially with great music (oh yeah...... haven't done that in a long time).


See you when you get back! Have a safe trip :-)

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