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December 17, 2010

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Beverly Jane

I really kind of hope the heart stays as is because I have a special place for them in mine too. I make polymer clay hearts for our heroes. The web site is no longer but we who love our troops continue on. The hearts we send have a part of us in them much the same way that this heart does of YOU B'Sue. Hugs and many, many thanks for being so kind, thoughtful and generous with your knowledge to all of us.

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