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Author Topic: It takes 2 . . . well, three maybe  (Read 79 times)

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Offline leatherman

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It takes 2 . . . well, three maybe
« on: Yesterday at 05:47:43 PM »
When at least two of us are gathered together, doesn't that count as a mini-AMG?  ;D We missed each other on his way through, but heading back north, Wolfie stopped in town for a late lunch.  ;D ;D ;D ;D

And I met his nice beau. So three counts as a mini-AMG, right?  :D Ack! Lovebirds.  ::) LOL I guess I shouldn't roll my eyes about how adorbs they were, I would hope me and BF looked as cute.

Although he wasn't drunk like I remember from AMG2011 Seattle 8) Wolfie still has the same big ol' smile and happy attitude that I remember. AND he had NO broken bones . . . at least not by the time he got back in the car and they headed up the highway. ROFL
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Offline wolfter

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Re: It takes 2 . . . well, three maybe
« Reply #1 on: Today at 01:52:27 AM »
It was nice catching up.  We just rolled into the lake area and am sorta glad to be home.  14 hours in a car doesn't make for a comfortable sleeping arrangement.

Thanks for the sweet comments btw, I do have to say my new old beau if kinda adorable, afterall, he tolerates me and enjoys doing so.  I have a little while to be on the computer while he unpacks that car....lol

Hopefully we'll see each other again in the Spring before AMG.
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