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October 5-11, 2003
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October 11, 2003



A.J.,
You sounded pretty depressed last week. Don't let your illness blacken your spirit. Take it from an old Marine. Enter gallantly before dark fellows.
- Roger

Doctor Jim Bilbrey,
Hi Dr. Bilbrey,
I hope your getting some work done while listening to the show!
Peace,
Lon Order
- Lon Order

Pam Gribben,
Dear Mom,
I hope you have a wonderful birthday and a great time with Amber and Allie at Swedefest. Thanks for introducing me to Prairie Home and bluegrass. You're still the # 1 lady in my life.
Love, Brian
- Brian Gribben

Mary & Tom Ogg/ Ann Louise & Dan Ogg,
Attn: With regard to the message I submitted a day or two ago to be read, I beseech you,tonight, the last name rhymes with hog and dog and fog and Sears Catalogue. Thanks much
- Barbara & Mike Ogg

Grandma,
I love you. Isn't it neat to see your name on a website?
- Thor Rudebeck

Will Dougherty,
Love to you our PFC Marine at Camp Pendleton. Keep those HumVee's in the road.
Mom & Dad
- Mom & Dad

Steve,
Hope you're feeling comfortable and, if unable to dash about Ollie's and other favorites, at least you can tap your toes to good APHC music!
- Kim

Brent & Amy Jo Krueger,
Happy First Anniversary!
It must have been a great year since we still don't have a thank you note!
Here's to many more!
Brandy & Brad
- Brandy & Brad

Pete,
Looking forward to our visit - see you in Boston on Friday.
- Mom

polly and emmett,
just to say hello to two of the most wonderful people we know
- fred and denise

DeeDee, Susie, Bethie,
Ladies-if we need a trip, how about one to Prairie Home Companion? We can go to a show, shop, etc? Fly or drive....we could take the Kangaroo Bus!

Love to my sisters
Laurie
- Orie


October 10, 2003


Carol Collins,
Many congrats on your weight loss!
- Tim Collins

Tony LeDoux,
Tony... I'm cruising to Bawlmore. What do you want on your cheesesteak? Hots, sweets, shrooms, onions... ANYTHING BUT CHEEZWHIZ... my love has limits xo senorita
- Rita Pressley

Stan & Beth, Toni & Phil,
Love to Stan & Beth, Toni & Phil in New York from Peg in the audience: life on the prairie is swell but the pizza leaves something to be desired -- a white garlic pie by Fedex would be greatly appreciated.
- Peg McQuillan

Dave and Mary Wood,
Happy 15th anniversary!


- From your friends at Children's Hopitals


October 9, 2003


To the Mayor of Shorewood and his lovely bride!
Hope the flight out was great (and the airline didn’t have you bring a brown bag lunch).
Enjoy the show… we’ll be listening.

P.S. In your absence, I’ve taken the liberty of giving myself a raise.
Jay (the acting Mayor of Shorewood) and Laura

Garrison Keillor,
Hi Garrison : Sorry to hear you were kicked off KCSC radio due to your comments after the OKC show. We still can get you on KOSU. You are quite funny. We are not all football addicts and rock n' roll enthusiasts in Okieland, though, as you seem to imply.
Take care!! Jld
- Jeffrey de Freese

Becky & Brian,
wish I was in the audience watching you guys perform on Prairie Home tonight. However, I'm loyally listening through my radio. See ya'll in the winter!


- Sarah

N/A,
Hi. I actually want to leave a joke I thought of myself. Q: Where do you find a dog with no legs? A: Right where you left it! Another one, related to that is, Q: What do you call a dog with no legs? A: You don't - 'cause it ain't comin'! :P

Kameron from McMinnville, Oregon
- Kameron Manyrath

ma,
Ok it's really not from Garrison. Just wanted to say happy birtday a couple days early. These "posts" are short lived. Hope life is treating you fantastically (sp?). Keep that dog from licking your cake plate, it could make the seconds taste funny.

A very old friend.
Bob
- garrison

Mary & Tom Ogg/ Ann Louise & Dan Ogg,
Hello to the Woodbury and Hibbing Oggs at the 11 Oct show from the Santa Fe Oggs. The aspens are stunning. Come on down for a hike and a bowl of green. Barbara and Mike
- Barbara & Mike Ogg

Becky & Brian,
wish I was in the audience watching you guys perform on Prairie Home tonight. However, I'm loyally listening through my radio. See ya'll in the winter!


- Sarah


October 8, 2003


Cinnamon, Ginger, Abby & Sir George,
6 days and 9 hours until another PA visit. Until then, sit...stay. I've got liver treats! Good dogs!!
- MARIA FROM CT

Tim,
Congratulations on the 'A' in Algebra, Timbo. Now if you would just clean your room, you'd be perfect.

Love
- mom & dad

Isaac Sonin,
Happy 60th Birthday to Isaac Sonin, who was as wise as Garrison Keillor 50 years back in a Moscow winter resisting a temptation to lick frozen door-handle.Isaac's wife Natasha did this twice with all the consequences.
- Natasha Sonin

Marty,
Happy 8th Anniversary to Marty and Joanne up in the nosebleed section of the theatre.
- Joanne

Chris Eichelberger,
Happy 2nd Anniversary, honey. You sure are a swell husband and my dream come true.
Love,
Jane
- Jane Lane


October 7, 2003

Leland B. Sateren,
Happy 90th birthday on Oct. 13th to Leland B. Sateren - composer, conductor, professor and 12th greatgrandson of Lodin pa Juvkam (b. 1410, Norway). From his kids; Terry, Mark, Kirsten and Roald
- Terry Sateren

University of Southern IN, English Dept.,
I'm home listening to public radio and studying on a Saturday night. Does that count for anything on the midterm?
- Kathryn Plahn, Student

Auntie M and Peppy,
You and Joye are as squeezeable as Sponge Bob ~ you dispense bubbles and make everyone around you feel good !
Sponge-Bob has nothing on you !
SQUEEZE-ably yours, m & m(s)
- Merry-marilyn and mutts


October 6, 2003


Mac,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Have fun when you Thai one on tonight. Who knew physics people could be fun?
- Mom and Dad

Jeannie houts,
My lovely Terra Firma,

Gravity is easy to defy, but I cant stay away from you. The thought of your lovely face and our life together keeps me hurrying home. Happy anniversary.

Love, Flyboy
- Mike Houts

Mike,
My Dearest Fly Boy

Our love has grown stronger since our beautiful wedding. I love our life together - may we have many more years together.

Love, Your Terra Firma
- Jeannie


October 5, 2003


Lane Hudson,
Hello Mr. Hudson.
- Mike Tierney

Ann Leslie Hardy,
Happy Birthday to my sister, Ann, who lives in Florida from her sister Jan in Alaska. So far away but always in my heart. I love you.
- Jan Carolyn Hardy

George,
good broadcast
- G Kheillor

Minnesota,
Thanks for the memories. We have done everything together from moonlight swimming to long walks around your lakes and rivers. Thank you for being you.
- Trevor Marty




Pilgrims: A Wobegon Romance

In Garrison Keillor's latest book, Lake Wobegon native Margie Krebsbach dreams up the idea of a trip to Rome, hoping to get her husband Carl to make love to her — he's been sleeping across the hall and she has no idea why. She finds a patriotic purpose for the journey. A Lake Wobegon boy, Gussie Norlander, died in the liberation of Rome, 1944, and his grave, according to his elderly brother, Norbert, is in a neglected weed patch near the Colosseum...

It's a story of Wobegonians in a strange land, telling stories of kinship and self-revelation — all delivered with Keillor's trademark humor.



77 Love Sonnets by Garrison Keillor

77 Love Sonnets From Garrison Keillor:
“When I was 16, Helen Fleischman assigned me to memorize Shakespeare’s Sonnet No. 29, ‘When in disgrace with fortune and men’s eyes, I all alone beweep my outcast state’ for English class, and fifty years later, that poem is still in my head. Algebra got washed away, and geometry and most of biology, but those lines about the redemptive power of love in the face of shame are still here behind my eyeballs, more permanent than my own teeth. The sonnet is a durable good. These 77 of mine include sonnets of praise, some erotic, some lamentations, some street sonnets and a 12-sonnet cycle of months. If anything here offends, I beg your pardon, I come in peace, I depart in gratitude.”


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