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OK let me see if I got this right b/c I don't want to screw up if I'm wrong and join this group if you guys can't read my english b/c I will tell you now I CANNOT get anywhere with spanish. Can't speak it or read it! I'm just a Southern Girl but from Tennessee and not a whlo lot of spanish was taught when I was in school although both my girls had to take it in school I just don't do well at all with it. Sorry that's just me! HA!
Please let me know if your still interested in me joining the group I think I would love it. Maybe my kids can figure out what your saying if I can't. Take care.
I hope you can read English better that I can Spanish, all I got out of you group message was that it was for us Type 1's please let me know what it's all about b/c I will probably join if it has anything to do with Type 1's. Did I read it right?
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