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July 21, 2008


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Prayers for the Chief! I'm mourning our own not-attending-the conference, too. We'll simply have to have our own conference, you know, at our own house, by ourselves...gee, that sounds like so much more fun. Sigh.

I'm sorry you won't be going! I know how disappointing that can be.

Oh, I am so sorry! I would be disappointed too. I would love to meet all those women too, someday!

Continuing to pray!

I hope all goes well with the surgery and that you will have several more opportunities to "meet and greet" in the future.

Oh, I'm sorry to miss meeting you. Prayers are with your husband. I'm heading there solo since it's a six hour drive and we've got enough of those planned with kids this summer - for sure! I'll send some inspiration your way when I get back.

We can commiserate together. I'll be missing the fun, too. Gotta talk to those swim team coaches about their schedules...don't they realize I had plans?

Praying for your husband's back--and so sorry you weren't in Lancaster! I hope to meet you someday.

I'm so sorry to have missed you, maybe next year, and I hope your sweet husband is doing better!! Hugs,

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