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Happy Holidays!

Postby Jan Il » Fri, 26 Dec 2003 10:42:04 GMT

Wishing all of you and yours a very Happy Holiday Season!  May the New Year
bring you Peace, Joy and Good Health.

Thank you all for your time and generosity in both posting your questions
and problems so that we can all share and learn from our experiences, and
those who give so selfishly of your time to answer them so that we can all
grow and enjoy the process.

Cheers,
Jan :)



Re: Happy Holidays!

Postby Kate G. » Sat, 27 Dec 2003 02:30:35 GMT

methinks that Jan meant "unselfishly" --- and with that modification.... I
second the thanks!


Kate in MN






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Re: Happy Holidays!

Postby Jan Il » Sat, 27 Dec 2003 12:07:19 GMT


Whoops!!!  Thanks for the correction Kate (says she with very red face). I
did indeed mean unselfishly, and my sincere apologies to all.  What I get
for running late and forgetting to double check before firing the send
button....<sigh>

Thanks again......Happy Holidays to all!
Jan :)



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