quinta-feira, dezembro 24, 2009

FELIZ NATAL...




Desejo à todos os blogueiros, surfistas reais ou virtuais, um Feliz Natal e que 2010 seja repleto de ondas abrindo para ambos os lados e as cortinas dos tubos sejam parceiras e permitam o reaparecimento no fim do tubo, de preferência com uma baforada daquelas...


Aloha,


Beda Batista

2BSurf

7 comentários:

Dani Mariano disse...
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Dani Mariano disse...

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Anônimo disse...

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Anônimo disse...

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Anônimo disse...

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