March 27, 2005 - April 2, 2005
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April 2, 2005

To: Dot K
A big hello to Dot from New York and the rest of the BirdCam crew! The weather is fine, the cams are on, and the birds are laying eggs - what could be better?
—Amy Ries

To: To my little flock...
Yes, I SHOULD be working on my sermons for tomorrow, but I figured... the week after Easter, and so close to April Fools Day... What would Jesus Do? So I'll just collect some some good jokes and pray that the elders forget to change their clocks!
—Pastor Dave Nederhood

To: Sara
Happy birthday to our little girl, Sara. Two years old and going strong. May you have peace and love every day. Love Mommy and Daddy.
—Miguel Cortes

To: Laura Dolard
A month of waiting paid off; I finally got your birthday present- orchestra seats for PHC - at Wolf Trap for Memorial Day weekend - Lets roll!
—Robert Dolard

To: Jim and Dixie
Greetings from Roscommon. Lost your e-mail address.
—Bob Stair

April 1, 2005

To: Prince Chauffeur
Blessings,Greetings and salutations to my Prince Chauffeur, from your Blonde Bimbo in Boise! Thank you very much for moving me all around last week.!!
—Blonde Bimbo

To: Kristen
Birthday Girl! 4/4 a National Holiday? Marvelous! Fine print may now become a challenge.
—Judith Baker

To: Tim
Have a safe trip through the south. The people aren't weird; they're just Republicans.
—Baby Scoobles

March 31, 2005

To: David and Sal
I can't think of anyone else with whom I'd rather spend time in the nosebleed section. Love you guys!
—Larry LaVigne II

March 30, 2005

To: Nancy Brady
Birthday hugs and kisses to our favorite Aries, who loves to fool around, but is never the April Fool. Love, Jim, Brady and Suzanne
—Suzanne Brady

To: Mom and Dad
Greetings from Matthew and Mark to Mom and Dad listening from their home on the Antietam Battlefield in Sharpsburg, MD. 53 years of marriage and 6 baby boomers later, you are still the best.
—Matthew Bailey

March 29, 2005

To: Greg Dunn
Dunny -- Happy 40th birthday to St. Paul's finest! Love you much but if you're waiting for a hug, you might want to pack a lunch. Lupe
—Julia Ramirez

To: Greg Dunn
Dunny -- Happy 40th birthday to St. Paul's finest! Love you much but if you're waiting for a hug, you might want to pack a lunch. Lupe
—Julia Ramirez

To: The Calderone Family
Greetings to the Calderone Family of St. James, longtime fans and happy to attend the April 2nd show for the first time in person at Town Hall,New York City!
—Philip Calderone

March 28, 2005

To: Eugenio Cano
Happy 6th anniversary of our Taiwanese wedding--this time you can't say I forgot
—Jeannine Acevedo

March 27, 2005

To: Anjoleena
Happy Birthday! Remember, Hon, don't think of them as Hot Flashes,...think of them as your inner child playing with matches. I Love You.
—Justin Griffin-Holst

To: The Hamster
I know your wheels are spinning, hang in there! Call me when you're ready to snap!
—Emily Brudney
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