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Celebrating our new Pollinators!

 
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Congratulations and welcome! to both of you.
 
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Congratulations to you both. Well deserved!
 
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Congratulations Pollinators!


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That is a nasty hit to the throat in the video!  I am sure we are much nicer than that!
 
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Congratulation!  I'll look forward to getting to know both of you.

Nicole, I love those pics!
 
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Congrats! And remember to throw the apples softly
 
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