Betty MacDonald fan club fans,
we got many Betty MacDonald fan club fans from all over the World.
We can't wait to learn more about our two new Betty MacDonald fan club honor members.
A great writer and an excellent musician!
We are very curious!
Hurry up guys, please.
We got a very important donation of an Australian Betty MacDonald fan club fan who shared some very important letters and documents by Betty MacDonald.
The father of an Australian Betty MacDonald fan club fan did a great interview with Betty MacDonald and filmed it.
We hope to share this unique document with Betty MacDonald fan club fans from all over the World.
Wish us luck, please.
Maybe one of our next International Betty MacDonald fan club events will be in Sydney.
We are sending all our love and support to our Betty MacDonald fan club fans in Australia because it's a very special day today.
Mats & Brigitte
Don't miss this very special book, please.
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