The baby is delivered and the color was not even close. Lily white parents and very black baby. She wants him to stay to talk to her husband who is about to come back and he bails on the whole situation. When I was young growing up in AZ my hair was beautiful, now not so much. As for the wrinkles still breaking out (more now than when I was a teenager, booo) I deal. I have really good skin care and some really good genes (thanks Mom)so they are too bad.
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