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I have been married for 16 years to my J♥isey Itallian Stallion (JIS) and we're raising the best kids in the universe! I haven't added back most of who circled me (you're quite the international crowd!) mainly because I don't have time to read what I already circled. I don't hate you nor do I wish you ill when I disagree with you on a page I follow.
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