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Myles back to Luxembourg

My step daughter-in-law is on a plane back to her bread and butter country. I heard that last night she had a great time, enjoying the company of her in-laws, joking and trying to know everyone better, and watching a step-sister-in-law perform with her band. I believe that it was drizzling outside the whole time, but it surpassed the mood where the brood were, happy with the banter and jovial with their one and only, "leader of the band".

Myles is hoping that Nigel, her husband won't take long to follow. I am sure he will, in just a while. In the meantime, we all hope and we all pray that Myles will stay healthy, pretty and smart.

Until, the next time, Myles.

Take good care.

Cheers!

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