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**Admin wants to you to celebrate! Holy Guacamole- 2000 Members! ** :D

2000 Moms. Well, more like. 90% Moms… 5 % lovers (IE wives/fiancés/girlfriends) others… 4% Fathers, family, friends, supporters. 1% who the heck knows.

2000 have gathered.
2000 have found a purpose to be here.

I remember how excited I was when we hit 50 people. I came home and told my hubby… “We had 8 people join today!” Hehe… I can’t believe that was only 3 months ago. THREE! For those who have helped spread the word about our site, shared their story, and have been part of our community in some way, shape or form… I thank you.

Because of you we have: expanded categories,created swag, added an event calendar… etc. Because of you we have amazing information, support and love. We have a community. We have a home.

I’m in for the long run… Cheers! Until we hit another 1000!

Sincerely, Catherine

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Comment by Navy for Moms Admin on May 21, 2008 at 8:06pm
heheh- Joyce... we have been friends for awhile... and I am shocked I haven't told you yet... I am actually a master (okay... maybe not master) Guacamole maker- LOL. :D hehe my friends request me to make it when I am with them. I wish I could grow an avocado tree! It's really one of my favorite things to make... and when you come to visit for the cruise, I will make you a bigbatch (heck, I'll even make some margaritas!)
Comment by Pat L. in IL on May 21, 2008 at 11:18pm
WOOOOHOOOO two thousand! Thanks to all. Love #493 (Pat)
Comment by CCR on May 22, 2008 at 9:14am
200 something. I feel fortunate to have found new friends here. My mom did not get to go to my brothers graduation in California. She rarely got a call, (always long lines at the phones) but my brothers and I got postcards from him occasionally from different ports, so she found comfort in that. I can just imagine her heartbreak. Look how good we have it! And new friends as a bonus!
Comment by Brenda Sue on May 22, 2008 at 10:46am
Hi - I was number 175!!! Missed the 2000 party - getting my Sailor from the airport for his first leave!!!!
Glad you all are here and I am so glad to have your advice, support and laughter!!!

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