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December 26, 2004 - January 1, 2005
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January 1, 2005




To: CORRECTION-Lindsay Whalen
CORRECTION, I sent a greeting congratulating Minnesota native daughter and former Golden Gopher Lindsay Whalen for Jan. 1 show. Pls. note that in b-ball game against Lady Gamecocks, she achieved her record-setting 2,000 pts. in scoring not 1,000 pts. during this game. Pls. correct. I blush with embarrassment. It's been a long holiday, sorry for the number mix-up. Still a "Whalen" fan in South Carolina
—Cindy Abole

December 31, 2004




To: Lindsay Whalen
Congratulations to Minnesota's own daughter and '04 Star-Tribune's Sportsperson of Year, Lindsay Whalen. We were watching when you scored no. 1,000 against our South Carolina Lady Gamecocks, led the Lady Gophers to '04 NCAA Final Four and dazzled us w/your rookie season in WNBA. Keep up the great work. Minn., thanks for sharing a great talent! Fans in Carolina.
—Cindy Abole

December 27, 2004




To: JONATHAN
Happy birthday baby!! mientras apagas las velitas y apagan las luces si sientes un peņiscon en tu pompis, no te asustes soy yo, FELIZ CUMPLEAŅOS JON
—Roxana Suarez



To: JONATHAN
Happy birthday baby!! mientras apagas las velitas y apagan las luces si sientes un peņiscon en tu pompis, no te asustes soy yo, FELIZ CUMPLEAŅOS JON
—Roxana Suarez



To: Ray Guggenheim
Happy 73rd Birthday, Guggy! If there's not enough snow for skiing at Mt. Hood, perhaps you can kick some ash at Mount St. Helens... Your Loving Family (Janet, Laurie, Danny, Sheri, Josh, Ben, Adam)
—Laurie Guggenheim

December 26, 2004




To: Karen Murley
Of our three sisters, in December you will be the first to reach 60. We hope it is a year of grace, laughter, love, and a wee bit of adventure. Kisses to our big sister!
—Andrea and Lysa Olsen



To: Bill Chamberlin
Dad, William Temple Chamberlin was born July 26th of this year...no wooden spoons this time around, but I will take him to gun shows after church. :) I miss you, Dad...wish you could see him. Love, -Josef, Cassie & Will
—Josef Chamberlin
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