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Getting Sazzy over a Brick of Shizzle

My little white boy brings it down with his rap song

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4 thoughts on “Getting Sazzy over a Brick of Shizzle”

  1. I am still smiling! Tucker is such a sweet and adorable rapper (which I don’t think is something rappers really aspire for!)
    I also got to see parts of your dream house!
    xoxo

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  2. Hi Jillian! Too cute! How could you ever yell at that face? haha – yeah, I know……… You had me cracking up on the comment you left me. It’s STEPS – as in walking – not stairs! LOL. I have a pedometer that counts walking steps during the day – 10,000 is the goal – if not I have to do the treadmill. No treadmill at the lake tho – awwwww, too bad, haha!
    hugs
    suzen

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