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KFredenburg
May 22, 2020 11:39 AM CST
I'm gonna stop you right there honey. I just read the beginning of the article, and WOW you have no idea how hot it's gonna be in Sacramento on Wednesday LOL! We're going to visit my mother-in-law and it's gonna be 104 degrees. Lol I'll keep reading the blog.
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