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At 4:48am on February 14, 2017, Edie2k2 said…

Hi Baby!!! Good to see you!!!

At 9:00pm on July 13, 2016, Edie2k2 said…

Hey Honey!! I wanted to thank you for the support in the Vintage Video Group. I was trying to post my response and it acted up. Drats! Anyway, love you!

At 5:46am on April 1, 2016, Edie2k2 said…
Heyyyy Babyz!!! Love that about you. So happy to see you dropped by!!! Hope all is well and thanks with hugs!!!
At 4:53am on January 21, 2016, Edie2k2 said…
Yes indeed! I love me some Jeffrey Osborne.
At 12:04am on January 20, 2016, Edie2k2 said…

LTD...yassss!!!

At 10:09pm on December 19, 2015, Edie2k2 said…
No worries and thank you! I am grateful to still have the site...cause you know I ain't try'na play! Hahahaha! Much love honey!
At 9:29pm on December 8, 2015, Edie's Slow Jams..♪♫♪ said…

What's up baby?

At 12:58pm on May 9, 2015, Edie2k2 said…

Hahaha!!! It reminds me of you. :)

At 8:57am on May 8, 2015, Edie2k2 said…

Hahahahaha!!!! *head-bobbin-to-the-beat-of-king-kunta*
J-a-m-m-i-n-g-! you ain't try'na play..hmph!!! Gone Widdit!

At 11:49am on May 7, 2015, Edie2k2 said…

Jam On Baby!

At 8:09pm on January 1, 2015, Edie2k2 said…

So good to see you honey and thank you.

At 12:29am on December 31, 2014, Edie2k2 said…
Hey C!!! How are you???
At 11:19am on August 24, 2014, Cheryl said…

At 8:33am on August 17, 2014, Edie2k2 said…

Hahahaha!!! Hey C!!

At 9:11pm on August 28, 2013, Edie2k2 said…

Nice Vibe in here...

At 2:37pm on July 18, 2013, Cheryl said…

At 6:41pm on July 15, 2013, Edie2k2 said…

Yeah.... that track is SLAMMING!!!! I won't step on your stuff again. I got my nerve as it IS! I hate when folks play my stuff... (well not really) but it's courteous not step on other people's grooves. In this case I turned into a heathen and couldn't resist! LOL! We're BACK Baby! Love you!!!!

At 1:38pm on July 15, 2013, Edie2k2 said…

Hey C! I got your groove featured on the Main!

At 12:59pm on July 11, 2013, Edie2k2 said…

JAMMING!

At 9:02am on June 20, 2013, Edie2k2 said…

Hey C!!!! *waving*

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