The last time you were in Europe, you were a precocious teenager. Equipped with only your Brother's sage advice of "Don't shave your armpits. If someone sees you with shaved underarms, they'll assume you're a prostitute." I imagine you would be in for a different experience this time around. For better or worse, I imagine Europe looks a lot different than it did more than thirty years ago, and I would like to show you around. More so, MOM, your grandkids miss you. So please, get on that passport thingy and come and visit us. I miss you too.

Love,
Tara
HAPPY
SAD
Mom
13/6/2012 07:06:29 am

I'm already saving my pennies to bring the girls here in September. Now I'm going to have to add saving pennies to bring myself there? That's an awful lot of pennies :)

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Daughter
13/6/2012 07:11:01 am

About 300,000, according to Aaron.

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Donna
13/6/2012 08:38:40 am

It's well worth it, Teresa!!!

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Sister-in-Law
13/6/2012 10:19:13 am

Agreed! Definitely well worth it and the host/hostesses are pretty great too. Delicious asparagus dinners and even more delicious beer (and wine). Thanks again Tara!! :)

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Tara
13/6/2012 07:53:46 pm

Christine? Trina? You're welcome, mystery Sister-in-Law!

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BFF
13/6/2012 11:04:15 am

Tara wants her mommy, you have to go, Theresa! I miss my mother daily and she's not that far away. But I think you and Tara still seem to see each other more often than we do. So is a blog guilt trip going to work on you, Theresa?

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BFF
13/6/2012 07:52:20 pm

I'm working on yours next!

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Tara
14/6/2012 06:58:41 am

you're the only one that spelled my Mom's name right! And you did it twice for emphasis. I appreciate that!

Prego !
13/6/2012 10:50:40 pm

This is a great Guilt trip.. hope you save your pennies Teresa.

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Mom
14/6/2012 06:53:27 am

Meh. The guilt gene always skips a generation, Prego. Lives in my mother, lives in my daughter. Not so much me or the Yes We Know We Drive You Insane, You Expect Us To Feel Bad About It? moppets.

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Tara
14/6/2012 06:57:34 am

What's a moppet? You're old.

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Mom
14/6/2012 07:00:09 am

mop·pet /ˈmäpət/
Noun:
A small endearingly sweet child.

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Tara
14/6/2012 07:01:47 am

I guess since you know how to use the internet you're not THAT old.

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