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Jul 8, 2010 7:59 PM CST
Name: Stormy
Valley Forge Pa
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Wow, that's really cool Pam. I wonder how the organization spreads and when it will be coming our way. I haven't been junqueing much lately as I need to get rid of stuff, not buy more.

But I used to enjoy that flea market up in Saylorsburg. Did you ever go to that one.? We have another member, Jessica/Gardadore who helps Teri with her swaps. Jessica lives in Saylorsburg.

Do you sell your beadwork and ceramics at the flea markets? Holly always did a lot of ceramics and I used to make and sell jewelry from antique parts and sell it in a number of venues, fleas being one.

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