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    To my DEAR SWEET SWEET friends !! What can I say but THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH.. Your surprise has certainaly been just that and it couldn't have been announced at a better time for me. I couldn't thank you properly if I knew how-- I have to admit that I am still numb. But you guys have made a smile on my face--and a BIG lump in my throat and a lot of tears down my face The kindness you guys have shown is far beyond any simple thank you can say--- I feel like you are all as much a part of me as my little dog that is always by my side. I couldn't go on without her ,, And I I don't want any of you to ever regret being a friend to me. When I needed a hug it was always here-- even a good swift kick every once in a while --lol, You are all angels in my book. and Heaven has added a whole new wing just for you all
    Your sis

  • #2
    Sharon. you deserve more than any of us can give. your presants here meens so much to us. I only hope you can still kick are butts, when we get out of line. this was only a love gift. not chearity. hope you know that. Berry and Marcel, put it all together. we all just jumped in, to show are love for you. we know that if it was us, you would be the first to get something started. with all are preirs. and good luck hopes. that is the best gift to us, that you are back. so dive in there girl, and get better, next year, maybe we can go to some picnecks togther. you thingk, and your little doggie too. love ya my friend. Evie


    • #3
      Love ya girlfriend

      Hi Sharon,

      Making a woman in a wheelchair cry: Now what are people going to think of us?

      The goal was to make you feel good, feel loved, not feel like crying

      So... anyways, now you know: We love you, we hope you are feeling up to scrolling, and we are glad you are back posting.

      We certainly hope this little token of our love, along with our prayers, help speedup your recovery.

      DW788. -Have fun in the shop or it isn't a hobby anymore.

      NOTE: No trees were killed in the sending of this message, but a large number of electrons were terribly inconvenienced.


      • #4
        Marc-- it is a good cry my friend-- a very good Good type of cry that I do- I just can't express how loved I feel in here - I have had a lot of days I only got out of bed that I came in and read posts-- some I wanted to respond to but couldn't- I have gotten p ms of encouragement from folks I didn't know I knew and many from old friends I have always loved. I have used this forum as my reason for a lot of things that I managed to do lately just cause you all seem to really care about people. The kind of people here are the kind that are cherished more greatly for the little things that they say or do than for the big things that are just empty hope.
        For this group of friends I have I can only say I am deeply blessed.



        • #5
          The Chicken has Landed!
          how about them dumplins
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          • #6
            [QUOTE=CanadianScroller how about them dumplins [/QUOTE]

            Amen Brother Carl!!!

            And Sharon - We kinda like you a tad bit too!
            ‎"Orphans are easier to ignore before you know their names. They're easier to ignore before you see their faces. It's easier to pretend they're not real before you hold them in your arms. But once you do, everything changes."

            D. Platt


            • #7
              Sharon, we all need a little love. Some just deserve it more than others.
              We know you are the type of person that possesses the capability to love back. God bless you and you are in my prayers.

              Happy scrolling.

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