Not new but long time

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Rubyslipper
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Not new but long time

Post by Rubyslipper »

It is so good to see that this discussion board is still going strong! Thank you to the moderators who do a great job here. I used to be on here a lot but things happened and then I was on the board of directors and didn't feel comfortable posting. However, I am back and eager to visit and learn from everyone on here.
You've always had the power my dear, you just had to learn it for yourself! (Glinda of Oz)

Rustsmith
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Re: Not new but long time

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Welcome back Rubyslipper. I look forward to seeing your comments to our various discussions.
Steve

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Polar Bear
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Re: Not new but long time

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Lovely to see your dancing red slippers again :)
Betty
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ViewsAskew
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Re: Not new but long time

Post by ViewsAskew »

Hi RubySlippers! So glad you are comfortable being here again.
Ann - Take what you need, leave the rest

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