Greetings
September 4, 2010 - September 11, 2010
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September 11, 2010




To: The Charlottesville Derby Dames
Who knew that a librarian could become a roller derby queen at the age of 31? Thanks for all the bumps and bruises over the past year, and congratulations on a stellar season. Hell on wheels never looked so good...
—Over Doozy



To: Janet
Hi Mom, Thank you for buying the tickets sorry you are not here to enjoy this with us. Maybe you can listen to this while you are in Africa. Love from all of us
—Hannah Fields



To: Martha McIntire
Happy that you are seeing PHC in C'ville!! Can't wait to hear all about it!! Greetings & love from your daughter in St. Louis.
—Genny McIntire



To: Jan and Gary
Wish I could have come, but rest assured I've got Prairie Home Companion on the radio while doing my Saturday evening grocery shopping! Love you! And mom, I've taught you well-you know what to do.
—Elisha Scales



To: Jen
Happy thirtieth or so birthday to a woman who thinks I'm almost as cute as Garrison and Ira Glass . . . (Note: We'll be in the audience in Charlottesville on 9/12.)
—Pete Furia



To: Kristine
Happy Birthday in Maine! The winter arrives soon, with icicles and blizzards. You are always welcome to heat up in Wilmington. All our warmest love, Your toasty North Carolina friends!
—Russell Gerry



To: Jim & Eva Mazzotta
(For Charlottesville show) Happy Anniversary to Jim & Eva Mazzotta who met at Sunday School in 1937 and this weekend are celebrating 60 years of wedded bliss.
—Deborah Prum

September 10, 2010




To: Denise and Z
Congratulations on completing both your moves to Cary! May excellent trades and deep love bless all your days together!
—anne braudy



To: Shelton and Barbara
Happy 36th Anniversary!
—Katylee Cannon



To: Jesse Turner
I just want you to know that even though we've been separated for two years now, I invited you to be in the audience with me tonight in Baltimore because I love you very much.
—Lynell Tobler

September 8, 2010




To: Carla
Happy Birthday. Thank you for always braving the waves when the rest of us are seasick.
—Stuart Bernstein

September 7, 2010




To: Kelly and Joann Ronningen
To a wonderful set of parents, Happy 41st Wedding Anniversary!! We are honored to have witnessed such joy and dedication in each of your lives. Congratulations, Karen and Alvin
—Karen Jones



To: Libby
Happy Birthday, Libby! Thank you for being the most wonderful wife, mother, and friend imaginable. We love you very much!
—Malinda Ricketson

September 5, 2010




To: rochelle stemmer
thank you for taking me to the bus stop everyday so i could attend school.i couldn't of graduated without your help.
—david schultz

September 4, 2010




To: All of my Minnesota and Wisconsin frineds
I miss the Minnesoata State Fair because I live in Florida, now. Have fun and enjoy the corndogs!!
—Karen Cook
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