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Let me have another addy for Sam, Lisa, and I'll find some other little thing to send him. He sent such a cute thank you card the last time--all pink and hearts!


LMAO Vero. That is SO Sam. He's a wonderfully big hearted person. He would never bring an affront at any time. He may also be the last "Officer and Gentleman" on the planet. I've never known a more true and honorable human being in my life. He was sitting alone yesterday, 2,000 miles from home on Easter and he sat home drank a few beers and coloured eggs, how cool is that? Yeah he's 37 LMAO. I miss Sam a lot. I really do, not enough to run out and buy the crappy beer he always brings over mind you. But I miss his company and I hope he will always be safe. He's one of those people that are a dying breed in this world and it will be a lesser world without them.

- M


Please tell Sam I said hello :)


Sam is also a confirmed bachelor, any ladies out there want to change his mind? You could do FAR, FAR worse...

- M

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