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December 24, 2005

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Emma.

How awful. Christmas can be such a sad,hard time for so many people.
I hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday,and turn the year in health and happiness.

Sharon J

Very sad about your neighbour's daughter. My own daughter is 19 and I can't even begin to imagine how awful such a loss must feel. Lovely tree you have, all those presents make me want to start opening my own parcels :) Have a peaceful Christmas. ~Sharon J

Jill

How dreadful for your neighbour. It really makes one count one's blessings and puts things into perspective. We nearly lost our daughter when she was eighteen in a bad car crash - but we were lucky, she survived.
Have a great Christmas.

patti

Wow. I have a friend who was saying how much she hated CHRISTmas, 3 years ago a good friend of hers was killed by a drunk driver on the 23rd. It is hard to lose someone, but especially around the holidays.

I am glad your camera is back. I got mine back, took about 10 pics, and the mirror is getting stuck. GRRR!!!!!!!!

Merry CHRISTmas!!!

Morgan

Wow how sad. That definately makes it a tough holiday.

Its good to have your camera back too.

FYI, I DID finally send out your scarf. I sent it air mail but who knows when it will get there. They said 2-3 weeks. i am hoping sooner. So please keep your eyes peeled for it!

caroline

Happy Christmas, Mary, to you and the family. I am so very sorry for your neighbor's tragedy. here is a ferverent wish for a better 2006 for us all, eh?
I send you big hugs,
caroline

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