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Donna Hitz

Sounds like things are really, uh, hoppin. Thanks for the card.
Merry Happy Holiday
&
A Peaceful New Year

Donna

nursenicole

I will avoid being all nurse-y on you and not tell you to wear the surgical boot and use your crutches, but you should! Get well quick, and Happy Holidays to you and yours!

ronni

I'd be out of sorts, too! Have a merry Christmas, and try to stay out of trouble.

graham

Greetings from Toronto! Just stumbled upon your blog when doing a google on the Kingbees. Glad to find another fan...and a fan of the grape! Wishing you a speedy foot surgery recovery & Happy Holidays to you & your family!

Nadine

Lisa, I hope that foot heals quickly. I saw that coaster and thought of you with all those cute shoes just waiting for you!

T

Lisa--
Glad you're back! I did think of you when the Oakland County Child Killer case made news two weeks ago. I look forward to you entry on that. You must be relieved to have the surgery behind you--I'm glad it all turned out ok. You're almost robotic! I wish you a quick recovery and a very safe and happy holidays!

-T

Martin

It apparently STILL means you can't type love. Or at least you don't want to. ;)

- MG

Patty

Did you have bunion surgery? Ever had problems with the foot since the surgery? Can you feel the screws? Can you wear heels again? The reason I am asking is I need to have the surgery done and it is nice to hear from someone who has experienced it!

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