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I'd really like to plan a great together for next spring. We have such a great group I think it would be a blast.
If we plan for next spring it will give everyone a chance to make sure they have no plans the week and to money up.
So please share your ides for getting together and we can go from there
huggs all

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I like the idea :) It's going to be a challenge to decide where to meet.
I like the idea too, but Wendy's right. Where should we meet? Maybe we can go on a 'singles cruise' together.
Cheryl
You all can count me in. It would be nice to do a singles cruise or maybe some type of resort. I am sure we can figure out a mutual location.
I think a cruise would be the best for financial planning unless we go to a resort that is all inclusive
lets just put stuff out there......................where has everyone always wanted to go .......and how do you want to get there???
Did someone say "get together"??? I'm all about get-togethers! A cruise sounds awesome!
Ok Everyone, let's get together and take a singles cruise. We'll be the most popular group there and everyone will have heard about the Navy 4 Moms Singles Group. It will be tons of fun!!! Maybe over spring break 2010 to someplace warm - with group rates!!!
Hugs, Cheryl
So where oh where shall we go???
Aruba, Jamaica, oh I want to take you , Key Largo , Bahamas..............................come on pretty mamas............(and Jon ) of course
Sign me up !! :>)
Lauren, I love that song!
Makes me want to go to Cocomo!! "We'll get there fast, and then we'll take it slow...." LOL
Anyway, a cruise gets my vote! And, yes, somewhere warm. Even though I live in Florida, warm is always good. A cruise to nowhere or anywhere where I can lay out by the pool while a scantily clad young man brings me pina-coladas! (Oops, sorry, Jon)!
I am all about a cruise and being on a beach with drinks being served to me. Oh Yeah..................

Jon, we'll find you a lady in a skimpy bikini to serve you drinks..............lol
I'm new here, but I'll be an old timer by next spring.
I'd love to go on a cruise. I'll start saving my pennies. :)
I was thinking that we could leave out of somewhere like New Orleans .......what you all think???
And for any of you that would want to drive ..'id be happy to do that.I believe I have somewhere to park my car down there...........or tell me where you'd like to leave from

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