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It was Karyn's 28th birthday on September 2, 2007. She and a bunch of friends went outfor supper and then to the bar for some sweet dancing and plenty of rich, hearty laughs. When asked how she was enjoying the evening, friend Christie Moncrief said, "Yeah it's okay. I mean, it's not that fun but I don't mind being here. It's not terrible. Where else would we be on a Sunday night, anyway?" Karyn wishes to thank all those who showered her with gifts and/or gifts.
Karyn's trip to the zoo last weekend was a resounding success... with one exception. She did not get to see the red panda cubs! The pandas have been featured several times in the local news rag, but clearly do not exist. Germain searched high and low for the little "popcorn pandas" - even looking in the animal nursery. I guess we all learned a valuable lesson from this: Sometimes when zoos say that they have baby red pandas bouncing around like"pieces of popcorn", it's just a scheme. A dirty gimmick to get your $3 admission fee. ... see you next summer, zoo!!! :D