Love it! Now you walk around looking at the pavement, eh :) Like me. There will be some fresh cement on my street soon. I've had my eye on the progress. What shall we write?
joan -- should we have a contest to choose what should be scratched into your new cement?
Kilroy wasn't here
How cute! I've never looked down at the pavement before. Now I do!
betty -- it's all Joan's fault! She got me hooked.
Sure - tell me what you'd like. I am keeping an eye on the progress. It isn't poured yet. I have to be ready.
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