M.O.M's Arise

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As M.O.M's (managers of mayhem) we all need to Arise and Laugh at ourselves and life, Learn new tips, Know about what's happening around us, and Dance to make memories with those we love.
As M.O.M."s we have the power to inspire one another, to rise to our full potential, and to change the world. I know it's far reaching but we believe it's possible....everyday.

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