Greetings
March 30, 2008 - April 5, 2008
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April 5, 2008




To: Ken
Radio waves carry sound Ken's birthday Deserving of live performance Show sold out many times Ken getting older Finally tickets hooray Happy Birthday Ken Love Laura
—Laura Graf



To: Pete
Happy 1 month anniversary/tax day, babe! I love you!
—Meg McKinney



To: Susan Glass
Hello to Susan, Jeff, Peter, Emily, and Sofia. Have fun in New York. You should come to DC where the cherry trees are blooming! Margaret, Peter, Claire and Ian
—Margaret Glass



To: Brian
Don't worry, next year I'll try to make your birthday less about me.
—Emily Little

April 4, 2008




To: Ian
Hurray! You made it through junior year! Good luck at the swim meet next week. And remember, don't put your Speedo in the dryer! Love, Mom
—Debby McConnell



To: John Cumberland
Happy Birthday, Daddy! I hope it's a great one-i love you very much and i'll always be your little girl. xoxo
—Katie Cumberland



To: Gina
Happy Birthday Gina! Get the Uhaul all packed up in time to enjoy some cake (I hope Mom had time to make you one:) Rest up - we'll be coming for a Cubs game:) Love,Stephie
—Stephanie Opstad

April 3, 2008




To: Tim Fedje (FED-gee)
Happy 60th birthday to my twin big brother, Concordia College's second-most-famous Fedje.
—Tom Fedje (FED-gee)



To: Maggie Davies
From Harry Potter to Prarie Home, the originals are best. Happy birthday Maggie; enjoy the original.
—Vonnie and Ken Davies



To: Nick
Eagles soar, you're no exception, congratulations as you celebrate your attainment of Eagle Scout this weekend. Your family and friends wish you the best!
—Lisa Krosse



To: Mary Ella Cluff
Happy 85th Birthday from your family and friends of Contoocook, New Hampshire, who love your contagious giggle and witty expression "Oh!Neato!"
—Patricia Cluff



To: Nicole Marshall & Steve Horwitz
Happy First Wedding Anniversary with much love from your parents, Madeline, Chris, Joan and Marc
—Madeline and Chris Marshall

April 2, 2008




To: Andy and Isabelle
Happy 50th wedding anniversary mom and dad!
—Craig Magnuson



To: Dan
Happy 50th birthday! Don't forget to send in your membership application to AARP!
—Tina Shields



To: Sarah Ulmer
Happy Birthday Sarah turning 10 on the 6th of April.Good luck this,next,and every year!
—Spencer Martian



To: Anne McKeeby
A Big Happy 100th Birthday to Anne McKeeby! (April 18,2008)
—Don Germano

April 1, 2008




To: Mammom
To you, now with all of those who you've missed for so long, I'm sure you're in your chair listening to Garrison on Saturday night. You were an inspiration to all who met you; a principal before women had careers, who always retained the grounding of that New Jersey farm. I'm so glad that you met Adam, your 25th great grandchild. So sad that you will miss the 26th. But 97 years is a long time to bind a family, say hi to Aunt Man and Aunt Edie. We miss you.
—Jared Ackers



To: David Z. -
Happy Birthday to a wonderful husband and terrific father. We love you! Your family - Debbie, Amanda & Sara
—Debbie Zuccalmaglio

March 31, 2008




To: Shirley
To Shirley at Lake Shawnee from Paul. We’ll be up next weekend, please tell Sparky not to chase us when we take Max for walk.
—Paul Zaun

March 30, 2008




To: Craig
Happy 13th Wedding Anniversary, no it's not an April Fools joke, can't wait to go to NYC April 5th to see the show and celabrate, love you.
—Mary Lou Jackson



To: barbara
hope you are feeling better soon
—ann kevany



To: Joe
Be safe while teaching future National Park Service Rangers how to fight fire. Don't melt another helmet. I'll still love you when you get home, even without the facial hair.
—Jen Langel
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