twista you told ’em right…
I’ve seen those rings before. They started getting popular when I was in high school. Except, I was always told that you wear it upside down to signify that you were dating someone or going “steady” or something. I had no idea that it had actual cultural and historical roots, including a funny name that I don’t think I could pronounce even if I tried! HA! How fun!!!
i saw you today!! hehe did you have fun painting the porch? 😉
yeah, Daniel went to your xanga site while at the church to ask for Jamie’s address–but after he submitted the comment realized it was under Stacie’s account.
And then I told him that you don’t really use xanga anyways.
And then I told him that I have Jamie’s e-mail address.
I echo Japangela’s comment. Also, SO cool you “trying” to be Anne. I would love that role someday! I LOVE Anne!!!
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free cingular ringtones
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