Greetings
August 7, 2011 - August 13, 2011
The most recent week's greetings, Sunday through Saturday, are posted here in descending order. Scroll down to see previous days. Reach out and touch someone! Send your own greeting»

August 13, 2011




To: Mark Andrews
It's time we resume work on the guidebook. Look me up in Dallas.
—The Warlord



To: Joe Hardesty
Happy Seventh Wedding Anniversary to my wonderful husband! Thank you for the incredible birthday party, and for the love you give me every day. Your loving wife
—Beverly Hardesty

August 10, 2011




To: Paul Flynn
Congratulations, Paul, for completing your MBA! You've worked so hard for this accomplishment. We're all proud, Mary, Katie and Jimmy. :^)
—Mary Flynn

August 9, 2011




To: Cricket
Come back to Colorado soon, how about next week? We've got memories to make! Did you remember your bike headlamp? East Lansing gets dark after sundown. Love, Cowboy
—Raymond Charlie

August 8, 2011




To: Bill and Sandy Ellenstein
Happy 45th Anniversary to Bill and Sandy Ellenstein. Your children and grandchildren love you very much!
—Robert Ellenstein

August 7, 2011




To: Rosita Chaquita Muy Bonita Vasina
Happy 3rd birthday to my Chiweenie, Rosita Chiquita Muy Bonita. It use to be my birthday too. I gave it to her figuring I had more than enough use of it.
—Cori Vasina
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