Greetings
November 20, 2010 - November 27, 2010
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November 27, 2010




To: Ernest, Rob, and Peggy
To my family, friends, and my lovely Cincinnati, I miss you all the way from Warsaw, Poland.
—Andrew H



To: Kathy
50 years after our high school math teacher encouraged me to ask you on our 1st date, you still have my heart and your pretty smile. Happy birthday my beautiful Kathy!
—Richard Flaig



To: Bess and family
Here’s to our mutual listening of A Prairie Home Companion discovered after five years. I think I need to reconnect with you on Facebook.
—Brenna Miller

November 26, 2010




To: Thys ("tice") deHoop
I wish you could stay with us forever, but glad for the time we had you here. Love, Your son Thom, Daughter-in-Law Betty and namesake grandson Jonathan
—Thom deHoop



To: Grandson Liam
We're glad to be here at the show - sorry we're missing out on your second day of potty training.
—Mike and Nancy O'Connor



To: Rachael Terry
Thanks to my daughter for getting us hooked on A Prairie Home Companion. Now we are here from Michigan to celebrate her eighteenth birthday.
—Tammy Terry

November 25, 2010




To: Larry and Alice, Larry and Caludia
Too cold for a Floridian up here in Sandusky, Ohio. I'm the tannest person in town!!
—Susan Gosselin

November 24, 2010




To: Cincinnati History Museum
The 10 people in Nebraska say hello and Happy Thanksgiving. Hope you're enjoying the Punch Brothers. Go Huskers!
—Annette Parde



To: Amanda Bennett
Happy 17th birthday to our daughter Amanda who is at the show tonight and also hi to Nana and Granddad who are listening all the way in Dublin Ireland
—Brid Bennett

November 23, 2010




To: Ma and Pa (Lois and Conley)
Happy 56th wedding anniversary and 75th birthday! Who says lutefisk and sauerkraut don't go together? Thanks for setting such a good example.
—Dawn and Mike Buettner

November 21, 2010




To: Marion
Congratulations on the birth of your 5th grandchild! Lily is precious and love abounds.
—Denise Dutton



To: 86th Brigade
Welcome home to the 86th Light Infantry Brigade of the Vermont National Guard, after a tough year-long combat tour in Afghanistan.
—Jim Gossens



To: Dad in South Dakota
hope you love the new job, try not to freeze and stop denying you like cats- we all know that you are taming the wild kittens in the barn. Miss you and love you very much, Jess and the family.
—Jessica Van Horn

November 20, 2010




To: The Hernandez's in 79843
Greetings from El Paso! Can't wait to get home and STAY THERE!
—Daniel Hernandez



To: Mom and Dad
Sorry we missed opening day this year - save a deer or two for us. We'll see you tomorrow in Door County!
—Angie and Jon Lenius



To: Mom and dad
Looking forward to spending my first Thanksgiving in Hawaii in 32 years!
—Irene Sasaki



To: Jan and Chilton
Happy 43rd Anniversary from your Granite State family- wish we were celebrating at Navigation with you.
—Tobin Greer
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