Happy Easter! Hope you do NOT let Uncle Sam take a bite out of your "arse" and "ears" like these little chocolate creatures! Thanks to Riddle's for the chocolate bunny Easter card.
Comments:A Spring Special for OkieLegacy Readers
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~NW Okie (a.k.a. Linda Wagner) 2006-04-18 14:00:58
Just in case you received an extra copy of this last weekends OkieLegacy Ezine... We have been working with our server and have the email thing worked out and running again with our subscriber database. Thanks for the patience about letting us resend this week's ezine out again, Tuesday morning (4/18/2006). ~NW Okie (a.k.a. Linda Wagner) 2006-04-18 13:57:24
Hi Linda: I received "The Okie Legacy" right on time this week....no problems. I did enjoy getting a blue link instead of having to repeat the http:// etc. as I have been doing for the last many newsletters. A click on the blue link is so much easier and faster. Other than that there have been no transmission problems. Enjoy the letter every week. My thanks to you and your hard work. This is from Tom McCarrick, Squadron D, Army Air Corps Cadet, Alva, Spring of 1944. ~Tom McCarrick 2006-04-17 20:18:20
Got it just fine... Keep up the good work. Really enjoy reading about NW OKLA. Steve N. ~Steve Nicholson 2006-04-16 21:20:02
Coming in loud and clear here in Edmond and Oklahoma City. Keep up the good work. Always enjoyable to read about Alva and Cherokee. Our ancestors were pioneers in both places. ~Marilyn Millspaugh Merett 2006-04-15 22:34:19
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