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WWgirlinMA

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Posted: 27 Apr 2009, 04:58
Hi Ive been a member on here for a couple weeks now and starting to get the hang of it. I think I tried introducing myself in the beginning but here it goes again. I'm a 27 yr old female from Cape Cod, MA. Ive only talked to one person so far and would like to meet more people! Feel free to contact me! Always looking for new ideas!
dm_lytle

Joined: Feb 09
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Posted: 27 Apr 2009, 15:12
Welcome. How long have you been on weight watchers? I love this website because of the information available here as well as all the wonderful buddies.

Good Luck, God Bless Dawn
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