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August 03, 2009

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Meli

Hi! I have been sitting here for 30 minutes trying to figure out how to sign an email, so that is what led me here. I definitely agree with go with the flow of the message, but my message is just short and to the not so nice point.
I have never until the last couple of months thought so long about how to sign various emails, text messages, etc. It is becoming very diversified and that makes it difficult because I am beginning to realize even on my texts I am going to have to venture out from the old Take Care. Take Care on my text or email to certain people which I only used it to certain people was like a term of endearment with out any strings. Anyway just thought and I am sure you know, how this is getting to confusing for me.
Thanks for the help . I will pick one and run. I am just going to leave it at thanks.

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