hello from Ringwood, NJ

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7 minutes ago, nexnfx said:

Hi! Joined a little over a week ago and have exchanged messages with several of you. Glad to be here.



I sneeze in even numbers only

Welcome to the party! If the fire dies down grab more from the shed. Thanks sooo much!

And try the cake... it’s good!

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