Greetings
September 25, 2011 - October 1, 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»

October 1, 2011




To: Scott Ross
Congratulations and enduring love to Scott, on his October 8th birthday AND on his qualifying for the 2012 Ironman Championships at KONA! Jon and Nan
—Jonathan Sugar



To: Louie larson
Happy birthday to Louie on his 80th, from your family
—Todd Larson



To: Dearest Hoyt
Thank you for surprising me with tickets to the show tonight. And thank you for loving me. Happy Third Anniversary Honey! All my love, Louise
—Louise Baker

September 30, 2011




To: Dirk, Dan and Ben
After decades of smelly socks, can't tell you how thrilled we are that you've found such sweet women. Please keep them happy! Love, Mom and Dad.
—Maribeth and Chuck Ballard

September 27, 2011




To: Mary and Gary Mosier
Thanks for listening to the show every weekend when we were kids. It's comforting to listen to now while I'm studying abroad in Brazil. Love you!
—Sarah Mosier

September 25, 2011




To: John T. O'Leary
Dear Garrison- We wanted you to say hello on the air to John T O'Leary in Colorado Springs who has been a loyal follower since longer than we can remember. He loves your show and will skip every event to stay home and listen to your show. He would be incredibly happy if you mentioned his name on the show. From his family, the O'Learys Please do try to give us a heads up when you might do it. I think the show is exceptionally creative and great for the family. PS, we have 2 Oles in our family Many thanks, Mike Luke
—Mike Luke
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