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Maggie Sweets and Cookie Love!
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skypper posted:
Girls!!! I got your cards and stuff in the mail and just wanted to send a HUGE thank you!!! Reeally brightened my day and was wonderful!!!

~Maggie, thank you for the socks!!! Oh I love socks so much, you wouldn't believe especially soft and festive ones~!!!
So jut wanted to say thank you in case I forgot, which wouldn't surprise me as I've been trying to remember for days! lol


(make that 2)
~Sky~
When nothing's going right, go left!
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bpcookie responded:
Your very welcomed honey. The Valentines were very juvenile but I love sending them anyways.
WebMD Health Ambassador, BpCookie
 
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margaroo responded:
Michelle,

I am happy to hear you love fuzzy socks as much as I do. I hope you had a good Valentine's Day. I heard it was snowing out your way, was it?

Hugs, ~ Maggie
Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most.
 
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skypper replied to margaroo's response:
Last week, Friday, we got a small bout of snow, it was so cool! Especially down here, we never get that kind of weather.
Perfect for fuzzy socks though
~Sky~
When nothing's going right, go left!


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