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RE: Thank you

David, you and Linda have been on all of our minds. You will continue to be
on them I know, and we are all hoping and praying that you and Linda will
someday be able to have a moment or two of comfort and joy again. Sending
thoughts, prayers, good vibes, and love to you and Linda.

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC 

> [Original Message]
> From: David Franzman <dfranzma@pacbell.net>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 4/15/2005 3:30:25 AM
> Subject: [CHAT] Thank you
> Hi folks
> I'm very sorry it's taken me this long to write to you all.  Fact is that
> didn't know what to say.  Everything is not alright but we're certainly
> as well as we can.  I have buried myself in my plants and my business
> I find that helps me to keep my mind from dwelling where it's not healthy
> dwell.  I think that Theresa has probably told you everything of
relevance so
> I think you are up to date.  I truly wish there was something more to add
> there isn't.  Hence my reason for not having anything to say except this
> very important message:
> I have never associated myself, in my long 4(almost 5)4 years of life
with a
> more giving, loving group of people than you folks are.  We received your
> cards and letters and flowers and we've been overwhelmed by your caring
> thoughtfulness.  This internet thing is still a mystery for me how I could
> care about somebody I've never actually met in South Carolina more than I
> about my neighbor who I've known for 8 years.  And that goes for those in
> Indiana and Illinois and Florida, Maryland, Ohio, Tennesee, Texas,
> and New York and lets not forget Idaho and the list goes on.
> So, the only other thing I can say and the only thing that has meaning
for me
> and my wife Linda is to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
> David
> http://www.atouchofthetropics.net
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