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Friday, July 08, 2005

1:05 PM  

It's new, it's fun and it's pretty:
A good site to discover places in Los Angeles
Girl's Guide to LA


3 comments

3 Comments:

You're Zeeby bag design has gotten me out of my knitting funk! Thank you! (You are gonna be getting notes on this bag til the end of days probably!)

By Anonymous BarbaraAnne, at 8:34 AM  

You're Zeeby bag design has gotten me out of my knitting funk! Thank you! (You are gonna be getting notes on this bag til the end of days probably!)

By Blogger BrooklynMuse, at 8:41 AM  

My sixteen year old daughter will only wear very short mini-skirts to school. I asked her to wear dark hose with her skirts. She refuses ,she will only wear nude sheer leggs pantyhose. She says that only the nude pantyhose are in style.

I'm very concerned for her. Thr other day she told me that boys in her class were looking up her skirts. I about had a heart attack! I asked her if she was keeping her knees together or crossing her leggs. She said that she didnt think about it. She also said that the boys would ask her if they could have a look and she let them.

She told me that she didnt mind letting them look.I'm very worried about her, she has a very bad temper. I would appreciate any advice that any of you might have. I'm a very worried mom.

By Anonymous Shirly smith, at 5:52 AM  

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