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:bday:  Happy anniversary, darlin’, and thanks for twenty-five wonderful years. :bday:

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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! It is soul & hope restoring to see that true love really exists. ENJOY the day & your lives together.

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Woot! Woot! Happy Anniversary, you two!!!

1 minute ago, Crowley said:

Aww... Congrats!  25th is Resin, right?

Unless it's a Hat-iversary...

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