Greetings
February 12, 2012 - February 18, 2012
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February 18, 2012




To: Lorene Risse Cox
Dearest Grandson Titus Owen- Grandpa and Grammie are thrilled that you have arrived! We can't wait till you come home to Alaska!!
—Crystal Risse



To: Glen Risse
To my dearest husband on our 30th wedding Anniversary-I love you madly and would say "Yes" and marry you all over again!! We can celebrate when I get home to Alaska. I have loved holding our new Grandson, Titus Owen, in Ft. Worth-Lucy and I wish you were here, too!! Love from your wife, Crystal
—Crystal Risse



To: Diane
Diane, Many thanks for showing us the St.Paul sights including the Common Good Books & Curling Center! A great time for us easterners! ~D&C
—Debbi Zvanut



To: Julie, Robi & Jeff
Merry Christmas!
—Jeanne&Bo Behrens



To: Stacy
Dearest wife, thank you for a wonderful night out. The kids will be fine with my brother untill they are out of college. Only 17 years left to hide out here.
—Josh Paur



To: Colin Murray
We've made it 27 years and counting. Happy Anniversary, I love you.
—Kimberly Murray

February 17, 2012




To: Dad
Sending love and a warm welcome to you and Mom, visiting all the way from the family farm in Nebraska. Happy Belated Birthday! We loving having you around.
—Brooke Easton

February 16, 2012




To: Jim and Liz Wade
To Jim and Liz. We know you are listening. Share a hug and a kiss from us at the Fitz.
—Carl Scheider



To: Amanda, Heath, Jack, Alex and all the grandkids
Jack and Maureen are here marking off an entry on Mo's bucket list! Yes, Southern Illinois, it's reallly The Hogg's !!
—Maureen Hogg



To: Kim Bryan
Happy 60th Birthday Dad, in Pensacola, FL. We hope that your birthday in Pensacola, FL was slightly sunnier than here in Portland, OR. We love you, Allison and Nic
—Allison Bryan



To: Mr. & Mrs K. and Mr. & Mrs. H.
We missed you at Christmas, but we hope you are enjoying your gifts! At least WE aren't sitting next to OUR in-laws! Love you so much!
—Tony Karel Katie Hultberg



To: Mom and Dad
Hi Mom and Dad. I just wanted to say thanks for taking me to all those sporting practices and games when I was a kid. One of my most vivid memories is mom falling in the swimming pool during our lesson in her white silk shirt. She didn't mean to turn 1st grade swim lessons into a wet t-shirt contest, but she sure did. She went home, changed and came back to the pool with her head held high... showing us what a true sport really is..Love you guys...
—Laura Dumke

February 14, 2012




To: Pastor (Chaplain) Jess Abbott
Welcome Home and Happy Valentines Day to my wonderful husband. I am surprising him with tickets to see Garrison Keillor tonight at EKU. Pastor (Chaplain) Jess Abbott just got back from Iraq before Christmas. He has been a Lutheran Pastor for 23 years and an Army Reserve Chaplain for almost 22 years. We love Garrison Keillor and the humor he brings to life.
—Cindy Abbott

February 13, 2012




To: Grandma Lee
Love to you and the four grandchildren in Richmond VA. Wish you all could have been at the PHC show with me last Saturday in Minneapolis. MBD was terrific!
—Grandpa JC



To: Brad Schumacher
Happy 6th Anniversary! You are the best thing that ever happened to me and I love you.
—Missy Schumacher



To: Ed Vitelli
Ed, stop doing housework to get brownie points while avoiding writing your dissertation, love Mags and Coco
—Margot Hollick



To: Bruce Hopkins
In honor of your 70th birthday, please accept fond wishes and tribute from your legions of fans. You are a legend in your own time.
—Brent Hopkins



To: Andrew Ryhanych
Greetings to Andrew Ryhanych and Jessica Willets who will be embarking on their life together June 2, 2012. Your Mom and Dad would be at the Cary show on June 2, but thought they better make it to your wedding instead. Congratulations
—Karen ODonnell

February 12, 2012




To: Marla
Happy Birthday to my wife of 21 years!
—Satish Nargundkar



To: Pat & Cherie Smith
Celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary and first Prairie Home Companion show in fabulous Sioux Falls, SD. Enjoy your date night! Kristy, Kim & Hayes
—Kim Davis



To: All the folks back home in Glasco,Kansas
My time to go has come but you'll see me in your dreams!
—Lila Weber
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