Greetings
February 5, 2012 - February 11, 2012
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»

February 11, 2012




To: Amber
Left our tickets in Kentucky, good thing we had the Internet to reprint the tickets. Thanks for a wonderful Christmas present.
—Shane Mcgill



To: naval recruits great lakes ship 09 div 091
Mr. Keillor, I wishing to send this greeting to those in naval recruit ship 09 div 091. Beeing in bootcamp no one would get to hear this greeting as they are not allowed radios. But us on the outside,mothers,fathers,sisters,brothers have them in our thoughts everyday.
—peggy hunt

February 10, 2012




To: The Dude
Greetings to The Dude in Osceola from Walter in St. Paul. The Cops finally found your Creedence tape.
—Ron Gustafson

February 8, 2012




To: Deb and Tom
We finally get to see a live show in Milwaukee. Can you believe it? Can't wait!
—Kim Frakes

February 6, 2012




To: Frances and Sam
Dick and Judy from Bell Buckle, TN, are in the audience tonight for Dick's 70th birthday. They send loving greetings to Dick's 96 year old mom and to her nearly blind, very good 92 year old friend, Sam Kirschner, both of whom live in the Homestead Assisted Living Home in Boulder City -- and if you are listening together tonight, don't give a hoot about what anyone else might think about it!
—Dick Clodfelter

February 5, 2012




To: Kurt Heinzerling
Happy Valentine Birthday. You are much warmer living in Sarasota, Florida than you were in "the Tundra" Chaska, Minnesota.
—Patricia E. Heinzerling



To: Molly McCarty
Best wishes for a great spring semester, your last one!, at St Olaf College. We love you and are so proud of you. XOX, Mom & Dad
—Lorraine McCarty



To: Megan Pfiffner
Meg and Jason we are so happy you are finally getting married. Grandma's 90, she says she can't wait much longer. Love you Mom & Dad
—Deb Pfiffner



To: Ken Cox
Happy 26th anniversary, honey! Remember we still need to celebrate the 25th, since you got sick and we couldn't go away! You're still the love of my life!
—Phyllis Cox
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