"Aberdfeen Washington, My wife and I moved here to help out one of our kids with some problems. Have been here approximately three years and last year built our own home. Right now I just finished shoveling snow our of the driveway."
This week for sure. You up for an evening? Thur night would be perfect for me.
4 weeks until baby... Closing right in =) Then it'll be trips to your house at night. It'll be nice out and you've got a huge back yard. You'll be able to stay close and we can make a lot of noise. Win-win there, borther.
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