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Unread 11-25-2012, 01:45 PM   #21
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Mark, I am going to do you some cards tomorrow and get them posted out to you.

What a dolt I am for thinking it was already the end of November .. mind you that's what pain and meds do to you.

Those pearl necklace things are really cute ... you have to open the oyster type thing and then root about for the pearl ... mine is cream, which means Happiness and Calm ... rather apt don't you think?
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Heart Well my Friend

We have surely been praying, among other things, for happiness and calm for you that life would be restored Beyond the Grasp of pain.

Drop an invoice in the post, and I will send remittance by return mail. In this I would be especially happy!
Happy Christmas!
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Don't be daft ... They're for you two .. X x
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Heart Daft am I

Yup, just daft..... has always been one of my awkward traits!

I pray you are experiencing less pain and hope is emerging as your day approaches with Your Name at the top of the patient list. Your day comes!
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Cards should be done today. Ones from the countryside where I live and so on.
11 days till op .. Counting down.
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In hope All will be well.
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Excitement mounting about seeing your countryside!
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