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June 10 in Chesapeake, Va.

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

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So here are the promised pictures of Madison, my first great granddaughter. Her mom, Katie, was working this evening. I shall see her later this week. I had mentioned that David’s dad and step mom were also going to be here this week, but their visit has been postponed.