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November 21, 2008


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Happy anniversary! What wonderful memories of a beautiful day!

I love the themed edition -- happy anniversary!

Happy Anniversary! That's beautiful.
Been thinking about you lots today, for your Anniversary (It really was a lovely wedding!) and as we put the final preparations on our Fairy Tea party for Clare's birthday. I am just going to have to suggest a carousel-themed party for Paul's next birthday! (For our next wedding Anniversary, you'll have to help me put a theme together with a cake and everything. We met in . . .A BAR!!! Think about it. We've got 'til October!)

We were reminded of Chief today. There was a fireman on Curious George who got a call to get a dog out of a tree or somesuch. Upon receiving the call, the fireman said something like, "Why do we always get calls like this one?" It wasn't exactly that, I wish I could remember. The question ended in a word ending in "r" and sounded just like Chief! It was so funny I repeated it over and over thinking of you! I wish I could remember now. It'll come to me -- I'm too young for Alzheimer's.

Love ya and I like ya,

Awww....Eileenie! I can't pass a carousel without thinking of you and your beautiful family! And of course, I was thinking of you and the Chief all day on the 21st (the anniversary of my baptism, dontchaknow). We're so glad you married him, too!
love you, like you! Hope to see you at Christmas, even though I know it's a long extra drive for you!

Eileen, I am so late on commenting, but a very Happy Anniversary to you too!! This was such a beautiful post, and I absolutely loved seeing your wedding pictures! God Bless!

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