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At 10:29am on April 5, 2011, Hal B said…
A very Happy Birthday Doris! Hope all your wishes come true.
At 10:00am on April 5, 2011, Donna H said…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MY DEAR FRIEND DORIS!!!! Make it an extra good one. But before you run off doing that, you have to check in. Those tornados in TN make me nervous. I need you to fly by just to say "all is well" then you can go on with your B-day celebration.
At 9:32am on April 5, 2011, Robyn said…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! Today is the right Hope you enjoyed your time away and how was the massage? Love ya xo
At 8:20am on April 5, 2011, Kathy said…
Yes, that Reed get the news around,
Happy Birthday Doris!
At 6:59am on April 5, 2011, Teena said…
I wish you great health, blessings and happiness always! Happy birthday my dear friend!
At 10:46pm on April 4, 2011, Terrie said…
***Enjoy a Wonderful Birthday Sweet Party Girl. Wishing you Good Health and Happiness Always Doris.*** myspace graphic comments
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At 10:09pm on April 4, 2011, Kristin said…
Happy, happy, happy birthday Doris!!! We love you and celebrate YOU today :) Sending big hugs from across the ocean!
At 9:00am on April 4, 2011, pinkyspurse said…
At 3:24am on April 4, 2011, bemoe said…
Thank you so much for welcoming me! :-)
At 11:43pm on April 3, 2011, Spud said…
Thanks for the wonderful welcome Doris, really grateful.
At 7:05pm on April 3, 2011, lorettaj said…
Hi Doris,
Thanks for the warm welcome to the "family"... I am definitely overwhelmed by all the heartfelt comments and welcome wishes... I am starting to feel at home.
Have a great day!
At 3:16pm on April 3, 2011, pinkyspurse said…
I agree. Women are designed to be better at suffering through pain than men because if women's bodies were the same as men's bodies, our species wouldn't be around any more. Men in many cultures take advantage of our nurturing nature and willingness to suffer quietly through pain, though. That's the #1 disadvantage of being a woman.
At 1:19pm on April 3, 2011, Jan said…
You meant "HI" on my meter. I didn't know what that meant! The highest I go nowadays is 250 (though even that is just on occasion).
At 1:14pm on April 3, 2011, dside said…
Hi! Glad to be here.
At 1:07pm on April 3, 2011, Jan said…
Hi, Doris, I hope you're right that this is a good place to reach out. :-)

You mentioned something about being "HI" or disappointed, but I haven't experienced either of those yet. Diabetes has actually had several silver linings for me. (But ask me again in a year or two, and we'll see how I feel!)

Jan :-)
At 1:04pm on April 3, 2011, Jan said…
Doris, you just thanked me for the "FR." What is that? Friend request?
At 12:40pm on April 3, 2011, Jan said…
Doris, you were so nice to leave me that warm welcome message. I appreciate it! Your enthusiasm is great. I've been wanting to find a nice helpful e-home where I can go when I need love and support. I hope this turns out to be it! Thanks, my friend. I'd love to hear from you again. Jan :-)
At 1:43am on April 3, 2011, Ant97gtr said…
As for the Ant bit....everyone calls me Ant (ozzies love to abbrev. things) so no need to get you back....

....although I do have some crass double D jokes flying around my head lol :-D
At 1:39am on April 3, 2011, Ant97gtr said…
Best wishes for the upcoming BDay....hope that you get all the presents you were wishing for :-)
Great you are having some time off....and in such lux...lucky gal although it sounds like you have been waiting a while ;-P
At 1:02pm on April 2, 2011, Marie B said…
it's just going to be terrible storms coming your way, and I worry about you.



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