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Female, 61 years old, and single/divorced.  Birthday is October 18, 1961.  Looking for a backseat.  Rides a motorcycle.  Interested in males.  Looking for friends or a relationship.  Drinks socially.  Lives in A hop and skip from Gulf Shores, Alabama  United States.  Member since December 2010.  Last online today.

My sympathy to you for the loss of your brother, hugs.
Good evening. Thank you all for the Birthday wishes on my page or in messages :) 61 years old and feeling it this week. See More
It's been a hell of a month and a half over here. On Aug 31 my baby brother was found deceased in his apt in Tampa Fl. It's been hell dealing with family *I swear I am NOT related to these people* to get him back to Indiana where he belongs. His funeral is set for Oct 21 this Friday at the Crown Hill National Cemetery in Indianapolis. *Military Funeral* Today my doctor told me I can not travel that far :( I am heart broken of course and seriously thinking I am about defying doctor orders. R.I.P. baby brother. Thank you for your Service. I love you
Happy Birthday Darlin'
Happy birthday hope you many many more
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEETIE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Happy Birthday Jacki!!! _!_ -O
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEETIE!
Happy Birthday & many more, hugs!
Happy birthday _!_
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happy birthday
Happy Birthday! Enjoy your day, Michael _!_ _!_ <:o) :drink: @-- :^

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Happy 4th of July !!
"We, the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America." See More
For most Americans, these are the most powerful words in American history. The idea behind these words provocatively asserted that the rights listed are not now, nor have they ever been, granted by the throne, the Parliament, or any other ruling body of mankind’s making. While we may take those words for granted, back in 1776; they were earth shattering. As we look forward to our day of celebration this year, let it be more than a picnic or a barbecue, more than parades and fireworks. Let us remember to reaffirm our own commitment to liberty and freedom. Recognize that Americans fought hard, and far too many died, to gain these rights for us and that we have men and women fighting even now, to keep these rights secured. We should not be so willing to overlook the struggles of those first Americans, nor think that their words and actions came easily or without the considerable thought to consequence. God Bless America, Her people and those who have fought for us , are still fighting for us or have given their life for our Freedom. Never Forget.
We've had a couple of pretty bad years. Celebrate that you still have rights and can enjoy your Freedom. Enjoy your day, be kind to others you have no idea what they are going through. Remember not everyone celebrates this day with loud noises/firecrackers or family Keep them in your thoughts. Stay safe.


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