Greetings
March 26, 2011 - April 2, 2011
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April 2, 2011




To: Jay
You were born 26 years ago today. Thanks for the granddaughter. Now that she is 4 I can see that she is just like you so you get to live what I have lived through.
—Jeff Kirk



To: Aunt Cornelia & Uncle Wally
After Robert graduates from Bard College in May, you'll have to visit HIM for long weekends. We all hope his Biology major is an asset when he starts Acting School in June. Love always, your sister-in-law.
—Lindy Kittler

April 1, 2011




To: Dena
You're the love of my life. Thanks for coming with me today! One more thing to cross off my bucket list. Beats ice fishing, huh?
—Gregory Jones



To: Reed Countryman
Happy second anniversary to my "first husband". I lick you!
—Margaret Countryman

March 31, 2011




To: Kate Walker
Relax, the chickens are safe. Love, Viceroy.
—Jason Gorman

March 30, 2011




To: Liz Rayburn
Happy Birthday! I know Grad School isn't the most fun right now, but it's probably worth it. I'll let you know when I finish.
—Nathanial Lynch

March 29, 2011




To: Norman Johnson
Hi Norm We are having a great time - wish you were here. Get well so you can go home. We love you.
—Jody and Dick Reynolds

March 26, 2011




To: Paul & Annette
We're enjoying your show right now! Next week (4/2) you'll be in NYC. GK, please wish Paul and Annette a happy 50th anniversary greeting. They have 6 children and 10 grandchildren. Everyone here in Buffalo loves PHC! We attended your show when you visited Shea's not too long ago. Thank you! Your fans!
—David Granville



To: Jake Barnett
To our loving son from KODIAK ALASKA- Our thoughts are with you as you serve with pride in the NAVY Ceremonial Guard in Washington DC - HOOYA
—Martha Barnett



To: Good folks of weatherly heights baptist church
Hello to the good folks of weatherly heights baptist church. Guess you noticed I'm not in the pulpit. Living it up in Nashville!
—Pastor david Freeman



To: Amanda
I don't care if you are doing this just to get your hands on the kitchen aid stand mixer , I'm just happy to get to spend the rest of my life with you.
—Dan Johnson



To: Sarah
Brought you to see Garrison for your birthday last year and again this year . I'm thinking I might have this birthday gift thing figured out?
—Corbin Hamil



To: Fellow Cornbread lovers in South Pittsburg, TN, home of the National Cornbread Festival
What Wanda Webb wanted, Wanda Webb got. A front row seat in "God's Own Listening Room", for a live performance of A Prarie Home Companion.
—Wanda Webb



To: Marilyn & Frank
Welcome to Nashville Mom & Dad, Enjoy your spring sojourn... And don't worry for the weather back home, it will get better!
—Jon Owen



To: K. Lemone Yielding
Happy 80th birthday to my Dad, Dr. Yielding, there with his older sister. Garrison, the doctor is "in" and still practicing medicine! Love, Teresa
—Teresa Rawson



To: Kathleen
Happy Birthday Kathleen! Don't call her Kathy-Anne, she hasn't been a bad girl. Love, from your Scandinavian Sponge, J.T.
—J.T. Lindroos
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