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September 13, 2008


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Whoo Hooo!! I am delighted to accept the honor of being named the 1st runner up in the most positive person contest. I would like to thank the whole universe for affirming this for me. Can't wait to get my bubble wish wand, because bubbles are one of my favorite things.
Thanks all,


i'm such a wusss. I forgot to say congratulations to all who entered and all the other persons selected to be in the top 4.

Remember time is short. Do your happy dance. Enjoy life!

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