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October 8, 2006 - October 14, 2006
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October 14, 2006




To: Cindy
All's well here in New York, though our neighbors to the west in Buffalo have had enough of winter this October!
—Michael Stacy



To: Burt Johnson
As a kid you survived on welfare. Bright and loyal, all freckles and red hair No-one woulda thunk-it That the Bar, you’d slam dunk it And now we must call you “Esquire!” With love and pride, Mom
—laura Wehrly

October 13, 2006




To: Jerry and Sonja Poplawski
Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary! May the Good Lord bless you with another 50!
—jeffrey Poplawski



To: Darin Bell
Happy Birthday to Darin Bell all the way up in Anchorage Alaska, who listens to the show weekly for a break from studying medicine.
—stacy wacker



To: GK
Driving up from Atlanta on a fact finding mission and to see a Wobegon boy at home. All the best sir, Two homegrown Republicans
—Burton & HalliBurton Greer



To: Michele and Mike Penake
Hello to you all including your guests Al and Marie. Mike, welcome home from warm Argentina. Nothing like the threat of snow to make that trip seem like a dream. Your wife really knows how to plan a homecoming! Looking forward to walks around Lake Nokomis this Thanksgiving. Love, Stephanie Atlanta, GA
—Stephanie Jones



To: bindhu
hi lovely
—san bagh

October 12, 2006




To: Rebecca
Happy birthday to the best sister in the world! Love, Sister-dear
—Carol Liming

October 11, 2006




To: Barbara Myers
Hey Mom! I hope that you are doing well. I've tried calling both you and justin a few times but no answer, so I figured I would send you an e-message. Just wanted you to know that I Love YOU!
—Sarah Pestana



To: Eleanor Kling
To Mom in Newton, Iowa --- Happy 63rd Anniversary of my birthing day. Your large bundle of joy arrived kicking and screaming during a flurry of snow on this date in 1943 in Newton Ia. The kicking and screaming has subsided but by the size of my waist line I’m still a large bundle of joy. From your Son: in Rock Island, IL
—Jim Kling



To: Tara
Happy, happy birthday, Tara. Enjoy the day picking apples and pumpkins with your other half, Randy, and your little peanut, Autumn. Love, Candace
—Candace Weiss



To: Karen Miller
This week I read about Plato’s notion of beauty. I didn’t know that people back then were already thinking about you. Happy birthday darling.
—Rodrigo Cardenas



To: Jim, Sue, Neal and Marcia
I'm having a great time in college, I want you to know you money isn't being spent enirely on beer.
—Lily Fahrenwald

October 10, 2006




To: Sarah & Dave Amann
Enjoy this birthday gift, Mom. Dorian Gray has got nothing on you. Happy 39th again! love, Carrie, Tom, Luke, and Peter
—Carrie Wujek



To: garrison keillor
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—carole drury



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October 9, 2006




To: Garrison Keillor
Dear Garrison, I have chosen to begin most of the Saturday evenings of the past 15 years listening to APHC and have purchased 90% of your CD's. I have asked that when I am dying, someone will play for me your recording of Psalm 23 and your other great poetry readings. I cannot think of greater comfort. Today I am requesting a reference to a poem which I once heard you read on APHC in October -- and I thought that "October" was in the title. I have tried every search method I know without success. I believe that it was one of your original poems about love and life and the beauty of this season. I would be grateful if you could direct me to this poem...or perhaps provide it. Thank you for your extraordinary contributions to our national life and to my own. Sandra A.
—sandra arnn



To: Austin
Happy First Anniversary today from your adoring wife and co-workers Meg and Stout.
—Michelle Hall



To: Bill Fale (Pr. Folly)
Happy 59th Birthday on October 14 from your loving wife. You are still the man of my dreams, my knight in shining armor. All my Love Always
—Cindy Fale



To: Michael Mascolo
Hi Dad. Happy 46th birthday dad. You're the greatest dad in the world. Man you're getting white hair now. I guess it wasn't true when you told me that I was giving you grey hair. Love your son, Seth. Happy Birthday dad. P.S. Did you get the cane I sent you for your birthday? Just wondering.
—Seth Kanner-Mascolo

October 8, 2006




To: Colin
I knew you couldn't handle the chocolate death! I'm so glad we met up in the city and you know where to find me if you need me.
—Elizabeth Harris



To: Nick
My Dear Nick, I had hoped to one day announce our pregnancy to you on a Prairie Home Companion but I am happy to use it now, something we once shared and loved, to tell you this: that I am so very proud to have shared the last seven years of my life with you. You are a wonderful man and I will always love you. God Bless You as you travel the world and find the peace within yourself. I pray that you will return one day to me, but if that is not to be, I pray that you will find true happiness in being true to yourself. All of my love, your wife Jessica
—Jessica Allen



To: Lisa Maria Smith
your home cooking and cozy abode always give us such a prairie home feeling
—karen ciavarini
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