Greetings
December 7, 2008 - December 13, 2008
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December 13, 2008




To: Charley Costanzo
Hiya Daddy! Merry Christmas! I hope you are enjoying seeing the Prairie Home Companion LIVE this year... I knew it would be fantastic! Mr. Keillor, your show is MAGICAL!
—Gina Costanzo



To: Alan Sims
Happy 51th Birthday to the love of my life. I miss our time together, but wish you well. Thanks for the memories!
—Sandy Adams

December 12, 2008




To: Chip and Lisa
Mom and Dad I love you very much. Exams are almost over and I’m not in Iraq this year…will be home soon to celebrate. No blue blue Christmas this year!!
—Joshua Call



To: Dad
Dad- I love the way you live and I love the way I live when I'm with you! P.S. Thanks for New York!
—Leslie Reese



To: Robert Bryan
Congratulations--50 years of down-east Maine humor--to my father, co-creator of Bert and I with storytelling partner Marshall Dodge. Good luck with the Anniversary Show in Freeport. Turns out you CAN get there from here.
—Sandy Bryan Weatherall



To: Paige Phoebe&William
Dont eat all the pepperkakor and keep the cat out of the fish tank, we'll see you tomorrow Love, Mom& Dad
—Martha Hannan



To: Shea
Let's get engaged for Christmas. How many kids do we have to have before you are convinced of my devotion? Love, Porkchop
—Kelly Solon



To: mom in calif
greating from AK, i said the barn was your to stay in but due to the flack. i am calling it a manger, and if it was good enough for jesus well it's good enough for you , cant wait till you get up here, oh i bought a calf to keep you warm, it is winter, and a used dog team to get you around love always your caring son ,,,
—richard dusenbury

December 11, 2008




To: Tyler
Shave off your Hugh Jackman sideburns and get your suit dry-cleaned, we have backstage passes to meet Mr.Keillor on Tuesday in Detroit!
—Gayle Lazoration

December 10, 2008




To: St Timothy's Episcopal Church of Fairfield, Connecticut
Happy 40th Anniversary and Congratulations to the winners of the Silent Auction prize tickets to A Prarie Home Companion: Claire and Richard Van de Berghe
—Ron & Nancy Lowe



To: Doerfler
Merry Christmas to all our friends in Codell, Kansas. We so enjoyed our visit with them in October and our visit to the PHC Show on 10th October. Worth coming all the way from Scotland to see!
—Margaret Wilson



To: Charlie
How were we to know the priest was fake? I'd marry you again anyway.
—Megan Ferguson-Koci



To: Jamie
It took 23 years, but we finally put that childish divorce behind us. Thank you for marrying me - again.
—Dean Murray

December 9, 2008




To: Wayne and Irv
Happy 65th birthdays to Wayne and Irv from their wives Gloria and Nancy. Attending this show is a present we know you will enjoy.
—Gloria Antworth

December 8, 2008




To: Sheila
Hi Sheila!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Have a peaceful, happy, and healthy Birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!! I also wish all of you a peaceful, happy, healthy Holiday, may your home be filled with lots of love, laughter, and food!!!!!!!! Matt, I love you!!!!!! Be good, and I hope that you remember your longjohns because I heard that it's a bit nippy to say the least!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
—Pauline Rothstein



To: Karin Jones
Greetings to Mrs. Jones' 4th graders at Gaines Academy in Fort Pierce Florida from your pen pals in Mr. Horning's multi-age class at Grand Traverse Academy in Traverse City Michigan. The students received your lovely letters from Florida and working diligently to get back to you before the holiday break. The writing keeps our fingers warm in this frosty weather up north! Please send us some warmth from the Sunshine State and perhaps we can get you some cherries to you from the cherry capital in exchange! See you at Christmas Mrs. Jones along with Mr. Jones, Love your Brother Mr. Horning.
—Reggie Horning

December 7, 2008




To: AANYA MOHINI KHATRI
Lots of love to you and your parents (our daughter-in-law Kina and son Gaurav). It is your first birthday-January 8th. God bless our Aani-Rani.
—Rohini Rekha and Gajendra Khatri



To: Cathy Cornell & Paul Knitter
Thanks for hanging in there with me Mom and Dad. After 10 years, I have my diploma. I couldn't imagine a better way to celebrate. I love you both!
—Moira Knitter
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