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Nester Smith
Nester Smith • 26 weeks ago

Overcome by hope

  • Ryla Daly
    Ryla Daly • 25 weeks ago

    Hope? Seriously? Well, I guess that just lets us all off the hook! I'm so glad it has nothing to do with social, legal, educational and economic policy! I going to get busy hoping right now! Gotta go!

  • Cheryl Romig
    Cheryl Romig • 25 weeks ago

    But money sure would help!

  • Ryla Daly
    Ryla Daly • 25 weeks ago

    Ha ha ... no thanks, I'm going to defeat it with hope, lots and lots of hope!

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