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July 02, 2008

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Sorry there is a delay but we will pray that Rich returns soon and safe. Have a great Wednesday!!!

Oh Dawn ~ I'm sorry it's going to take longer for him to come home to you! Keep the faith sweetie.

Angel Blessings ~
Melisa

Sorry about the delay Dawn, can only imagine your disappointment. Hopefully it will be a very SHORT one! Enjoy your time when he gets home!! Thanks for the great tip!!!!

Keeping you in my prayers today that your sweetie makes it home safely.

Oh sweetie !!! I'm so sorry !!!! I'm praying he'll get there ASAP !!! Please keep us posted :(

Oh Dawn! Such sad news. I think you have gotten all your readers just as excited about his return as you are (well almost)! My motto about flying is: If the pilot doesn't want to fly it, I don't want to be on it! God is keeping him safe for you so keep the faith, he'll get here as soon as he can.

Blessings to you!

Oh Dawn! Such sad news. I think you have gotten all your readers just as excited about his return as you are (well almost)! My motto about flying is: If the pilot doesn't want to fly it, I don't want to be on it! God is keeping him safe for you so keep the faith, he'll get here as soon as he can.

Blessings to you!

Oh no Dawn! I'm sorry your husband has been delayed because of weather stuff...hope all goes well and he will be home lickety split!! I know you've got to be anxious to wrap your arms around him!!!

So sorry to hear about your husband's delay. I'm sure that is a BIG disappointment, especially after you've done all that cleaning, etc. I pray he'll be home soon. Will he get extra time at the end of his stay since the beginning is delayed???

Oh, Dawnie! Oh, my gosh..you have just got to be so let down. I'm so sorry! Gotta hate those sand storms but they truly can be awful and he is much safer not trying to go anywhere in them! I'll pray for a very quick time 'til he's home.

Dawn, I know how disappointed you are that your DH is not going to get here today but thank God that he will be there soon. You mailing tip is absolutely correct. I retired from the P.O. and I know what those machines can do to an envelope first hand. Also, if your envelope is too thick, it will not go through the machine but you will have to pay extra postage. Hope you get your hubby home soon.

I am really sorry about your husband not coming home when expected. I hope and pray he comes back soon and safe.

Praying for a speedy & safe return!

great tips
love the video!
nice job dawn
tearful good byes and cheerful hellos make God smile...

LOVE THOSE IDEAS and THE TOOT

Hi Dawn! All of your videos are wonderful; so informative, and watching someone else do a technique makes it easier for those of use that learn quicker by watching. I thank you for all you do.

I'd like to add another tip on mailing cards with elements that might cause the envelope to stick in the sorter at the post office. I can't take credit for it, as I read it somewhere else, but I found it to be quite ingenious.

Crimp a piece of cardstock the size of your card and place it on the top of the card. This might find you needing to add a few more cents in postage, but it's so worth it when the card arrives safely.

Thank you again, for all you do.

Hugs,
Donna

Hi Dawn! All of your videos are wonderful; so informative, and watching someone else do a technique makes it easier for those of use that learn quicker by watching. I thank you for all you do.

I'd like to add another tip on mailing cards with elements that might cause the envelope to stick in the sorter at the post office. I can't take credit for it, as I read it somewhere else, but I found it to be quite ingenious.

Crimp a piece of cardstock the size of your card and place it on the top of the card. This might find you needing to add a few more cents in postage, but it's so worth it when the card arrives safely.

Thank you again, for all you do.

Hugs,
Donna

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