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Gregarious: Classic Airplane Bookends
Welcome back, readers! Happy Monday, all! After a date with my guy on Friday night, I'm feeling refreshed. We went out for a low key dinner and then a couple games of bowling. It had been a couple years since I'd last bowled and boy did it show! As awfully as I played, we had a really great time!! I hope your weekend was great, as well!



Now, onto a great d.i.y. project...
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Simon & Garfunkel-Mrs. Robinson off of Bookends

This is the song Mrs. Robinson from Simon & Garfunkel's 1968 album "Bookends". It's most famously known for it's use in the 1968 movie "The Graduate". It's a...

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