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canada & independence day

Hello friends!

I wanted to wish everyone a happy and safe Independence Day. I also hope that my fellow Canadians enjoyed Canada’s 150th birthday! These holidays are always so much fun.

See you in a few days!

<3

Emory

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  1. Enjoy your baby. Mothers and daughters have the most complex relationship.
    I just had the strangest feeling that I needed to call my mom. I
    Looked at the calendar. Her birthday is 07 Jul. however, mom passed 4 years ago.

    Daughters out there….love your moms. It goes too fast.

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    • Baba is always watching over you and your sisters. You feel her and they feel her. You were lucky to have a mother who never left you. She still hasn’t. Not even in death.

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