Greetings
October 16, 2005 - October 22, 2005
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October 22, 2005




To: Mary Presson
Happy Birthday Ma, You've done alot of great things in 43 years, I hope you continue your winning streak for 43 more. Love Erin & Dan
—Dan Presson



To: George in Oregon
When are you gonna marry me? I'm at wit's end.
—Olenka in Minnesota



To: Happy Birthday Guernz!
With your 6 above average children, some said you were starting your own baseball team. But truth be told, you were getting a start on bringing us a much needed new football team!
—Teens in Minnesota



To: Happy Birthday Guernz!
With your 6 above average children, some said you were starting your own baseball team. But truth be told, you were getting a start on bringing us a much needed new football team!
—Rufus & Teens



To: JP and Karen
Hope it doesn't snow this week....would be a little early for the Blue Ridge in Virginia. See you at the Halloween Party next Saturday.
—Larry Wallace

October 20, 2005




To: Billy Joe of Dallas
Happy Birthday, Darlin'...yes, I still need you and yes I'll still feed you now that your 64! With Much Love, Patti
—Patti in Texas



To: Chad/Dad
Happy Birthday to Chad/Dad! Is the boat in the water yet? Happy sailing and Happy Birthday! Love, your Pillow Rock daughter-in-law and her husband
—Jonna (Donna w/ a J) FD

October 19, 2005




To: Amnon Schlegel
my love, here's to our two month anniversary! i, too, can't wait "for children and bills to ruin our lives."
—Denitza Blagev

October 18, 2005




To: Holly
Congratulations on passing the CPA exam. It is nice to see the numbers all add up. Now about my taxes . . .
—Megan Flynn



To: GK
I have been a fan of Prairie Home Companion for years. Thanks for keeping me entertained during the weekends. Keep up the good work
—Julia Falk

October 17, 2005




To: Melissa
Loved your letter and the catwoman stationery. Hope all is going well with you and your family. Looking forward to Shoo Fly Pie at your next Sunday dinner.
—Bob Johndrow



To: Carol and Dean Higgins
"Hello to Mom and Dad, who've agreed to disagree for 56 years now. We'll see you at Christmas, and hope the snow doesn't stop the train again. From your daughters Colleen and Bonnie."
—Colleen Higgins

October 16, 2005




To: Eileen Marie
Happy 17th Birthday from your uncle in Boston and also from Kelly. And hi Dad, hope the golf was good today. Love you all.
—Sean Lilly



To: Moira Curns
Happy birthday Mom! Wish I could be there with you in Puddletown!
—Timothy Curns



To: Larry Motl
We'd like to wish a happy birthday to Larry Motl from Marion, Julia, Ann, Nick and Neil. NOTE: His birthday is on October 22nd, and we'll be attending the preview performance with him this week on October 21st.
—Julia Motl Lowe



To: Kristen
Happy Scorpio Tiger day to my beloved mermaid-angel surfer-goddess. Petey and Anna and I love and worship the water you ride on.
—Ray George
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