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« It's snowing at my house, is it snowing at yours? | Main | Create!: Christmas Card Album * Part I »

January 08, 2010

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Jennifer Stewart

I absolutely love that story, Sharyn. Facebook is amazing like that. I hope it's her! :)

Jennifer

Auntie Barb

Tell my kids there really IS something to be said for saving junk!

tania

oh my, how i wish i could find a childhood friend named elizabeth. i hope it's *the* Donna!

cuzin Karen

I am a keeper too.. I decided one day, after watching a show that told me what I saved was worthless to anyone but me and would be tossed after I died anyway, to toss a lot of old school stuff.. I have deepley regretted it ever since.. I have now decided that whoever is taking care of my affairs after I'm gone can have a big trash burning day.. Don't get rid of those keepsakes unless you really want to . hope you find Donna, she sounds like a real treasure..

Julie M.

Great story. You weave them well! :) Although no fun about all the hospital stays... now make that appointment for yourself already!

Jan C.

It would be pretty cool if you managed to connect with the right person.

A couple of months ago I got an email through Classmates.com from someone who had been an "across the alley" neighbor of mine decades ago. Her younger sister and I had been best pals until my family moved when Susie and I were about 7. We tried a few phone calls, but at 7, there's not a lot of glamour in phoning, and we lost touch. Through this email from Susie's sister, I once again got in touch with Susie and got a little bit caught up. I found out we are both married to men named Dennis, which I thought was funny.

Hope this is the right Donna.

Jenny

What a great story - I hope it is the right Donna!

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