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Posted on February 23, 2014 by claytonhill
But first – cuteness. This is our Olivia and her daughter Tubitha (Tubby). Awww … Now, my week. Apparently, my grandmother decided at 89 years of age that she didn’t want her gallbladder anymore. She was so insistent about not wanting it,… Read More
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