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I'll try to be in two places at the same time: with my family (mother and sisters) and with my wife's family!!!

I think it's time to stay at home just with my own new family (wife and kids).


In reply to Re: I hope to spend this Christmas: by vitoco
in thread I hope to spend this Christmas: by marto

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