Greetings
September 9, 2012 - September 15, 2012
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September 15, 2012




To: Dad and Sandy
Hey, in case you still listen and aren't too busy I wanted you guys to know that you're going to be grandparents. Love you bunches, Litz Noodles
—Sarah Pratt



To: Joy and Greg
In today’s show from West Virginia. Hello from Dad and Mom. Enjoy.
—Dad Mom



To: LeAnn
Happy 22nd Anniversary to my loving wife today. She stands as a testament to women who can tolerate the absurdity of the male condition for these extended periods of time.
—Jesse Keenan



To: John
Dearest Moose. I wish you were here with me, and not in 103 degree San Diego, But I know that the kitties (Xora the warrior princess, captain naughty and the orange ninja) the yard and the farmers market peeps are glad you stayed. The wheel turns and will bring me home again Monday
—Sarah Joseph



To: Oliver Kokomoor
Happy 4 week birthday. Tell your mom and dad to keep you warm through the Madison, WI winter. Florida Gator boys weren't built for the cold. Can't wait to see you.
—Karl (Pop Pop) Kokomoor

September 14, 2012




To: South dade county family
I finally made it all the way from Miami. I closed my eyes had a dream about cheese curds and Lutherans and woke up in Lake Wobegon. Aka. St. Paul.
—Charis Yaniz-Martinez

September 13, 2012




To: Michelle Elliott
To my beautiful wife Michelle. So excited to celebrate our honeymoon on our one year anniversary! You Are my sunshine, my only sunshine, you make me happy when skies are grey, you'll never no dear how much I love you. Happy Anniversary!
—Chad Elliott

September 11, 2012




To: Nancy AuBuchon
Greetings to my brave wife, the rock lady of Sullivan MO. You have inspired us with your positive attitude while fighting parkinsons and enduring deep brain stimulation surgery. You have touched the lives of many people with your gifts of lucky rocks. This is for you! My Lucky Woman I said to a squirrel, "What is that you are carrying?" and he said, "It is my lucy rock; isn't it pretty?" I held it and said, "Indeed." I said to God, "What is this woman?" And He said, "It is my lucky rock; isn't she wondrous?" Yes Indeed!
—Bob AuBuchon

September 10, 2012




To: Laura
(laura will be audience on Saturday 9/15) Good Luck with your new job in St. Paul. We will send cheese and maple syrup as needed. Love, Mom and Dad in Vermont
—Leigh Chesnut
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