Greetings
November 27, 2010 - December 4, 2010
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December 4, 2010




To: Matias
20 more days to go until xmas! Do not forget to send that letter to the North Pole! love mom
—Claudia Giulivi



To: Mom & Dad
Hope you're enjoying the show! Brian's on the roof utilizing the leaf blower you gave him, I've got 911 on speed-dial, and I'm sure Jon's 'studying' for finals. Love you and see you at Christmas - can't wait!
—Sondra Swedborg

December 2, 2010




To: Eva (pronounced EEEva)
My little daughter, I love you very much and I'm glad that next week you will reach the age of three... please, *do* reach the age of three, and don't keep trying to break your neck.
—Rachel Sommer

December 1, 2010




To: Theresa
Soon after our 10 year wedding anniversary, we moved with the kids half a world away to Beijing. With the 25 year mark now in our rear-view mirror, we're preparing to move Up North, a mere 400 miles to the Twin Cities. Living at the midway point between the North Pole and the Equator - with the snow and ice, woods and lakes and long summer twilight - as empty nesters sounds pretty appealing to me! Happy Anniversary!
—Jim Accurso

November 30, 2010




To: Cora Lee Griep
To my wife Cora Lee, she will be a half century plus one year on Dec 3rd, from her husband Norm.
—Norman Griep



To: Carrie Doyle
Many years ago, when our daughter Carrie was young, you wished "Happy Birthday to the Pizza Princess" during the greeting time on PHC. On December 18, she will be 40 years old. During that show, would you please again wish her a "Happy Birthday". Thanks much from her loving and proud Dad.
—Larry Doyle

November 29, 2010




To: Cora Lee Griep
To my wife Cora Lee just turned a half century plus one. From her husband Norm
—Norman Griep

November 28, 2010




To: Mom, Dad, and my sister Tona
I'll be home for Christmas. Get the Swedish sausage and lefse ready.
—Martha Willand



To: Erin Cowles
Dear Erin: Only three more weeks until you come home to Connecticut from Minneapolis! Love, Mom and Dad
—Elizabeth Cowles

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
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