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Wednesday, October 27, 2004

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Gina

Now that is funny! Thanks for the chuckle. I wdoenr if she is really going to take his name or not. I wish I didn't take my hubby's name. I had a nice normal last name, now I have "Sklaroff". Nobody can handle the three consonants in a row and when I tell people how to spell it, I always have to say "f f as in 'frank' 'frank' " or they write "Sklaross" instead.

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