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Re: What Gift Would You Most Like to Receive?

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Trip to Disney World and see the Harry 

Potter place.  Even if I must go by myself 

Been toDisney Land so many times had a friend who managed the 

Disneyland hotel.

 

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Post removed.  I decided it was too political & not at all cheerful, but rather too bah-humbug for this topic.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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doglover52 wrote:

The gift I would like are hugs from my close friends,my brother&sister.

The reason I mentioned my close friends before my siblings,is they don't live here,I see my brother,John once/yr,my sister,Mary lives in England. The last time I saw her was 4 yrs ago. Sue


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The gift I would like are hugs from my close friends,my brother&sister.

The reason I mentioned my close friends before my siblings,is they don't live here,I see my brother,John once/yr,my sister,Mary lives in England. The last time I saw her was 4 yrs ago. Sue

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What Gift Would You Most Like to Receive?

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At a time in our lives where we have celebrated many many Christmas days and received many gifts, what would you most like to receive?  

 

 

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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