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March 16, 2009

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sahara

Wow, this is a great gift! Sistah, you didn't tell me it was your birthday, and I see you at work regularly? Boo! Hiss! I gotta take you out for a birthday lunch! Holla!

Trina Robinson

One of the best gifts I've ever received. And yes, I am very undercover when it comes to my birthday. It was on Monday. Thanks!

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