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I am feeling EXTREMELY nice today. So I thought I would share some nice with someone else who is nice too.

What have you done lately that would be considered nice? How did you go out of your way to help someone, what did you do that made someone smile, feel better, etc?

Share your story. At the end of the day, I will pick a random poster to RAK a nice package of ZVA Creative crystals/pearls to. No, I'm not on a design/creative team or a product pusher in any way...I won a prize from them and there is just way too much for me to use! There's approximately $30 worth of product in this package if I did my math right...

So...let's hear what ya got...how were you nice??

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Wow, you are right, this is extremely nice of you! The latest nice things I have done are a giveaway on my blog and made a Red Cross donation due to the Haiti devastation. But really, I do not expect anything in return...


 
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Wow! You are feeling very nice for giving away all those yummy goodies. I've been wishing for some of those things myself!

I think the nice thing I've done lately was help a friend at school. She's our music director and I don't think she always gets the help she needs, especially with the school musical. I volunteered to help her out. I helped choose the musical and do auditions. Now, it's rehearsal time and I'm at school until 8:30pm twice a week. It means I don't get to see my baby those two days which kills me, but I know how much help the director needs.

Everyone asks me why I do this when I don't have a child in the musical (let alone attending my school yet) and I don't teach middle school. I can only say that I love music and want to see my friend succeed. Knowing I've helped her and taken stress from her is my reward.


 
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Well that is a really nice thing of you to do. This weekend both my sister and her husband were laid off from their jobs. I went through my freezer and asked her to take some food that "we didn't like and would throw out" "(it was fine but I knew she wouldn't take it otherwise)


 
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Wow, that is really nice of you.

As for myself being nice currently, I babysit a little girl everyday after school because her mom was having to pay $400 a month in daycare cost and it was to overbearig on the family. So I have taken this girl in every day after school like one of my own. I help with her homework just like I do my own kids, and have it checked and corrected for her mother, so that she can spend time with her mom when she goes home. I do all this knowing what I am saving the family and could charge 1/2 or something to that effect of what I know they are now saving in daycare money, but I do not, just so I can help a family not to feel the everyday economincal crunch.

I also am a Booster Club volunteer at y kids school.


 
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What a sweetie u are!

I want to put in a niceness for someone else...if that is allowed.

Abbey (inkedpink) has twice now, that I know of just given away huge amounts of brand name scrapbooking products! The first time, she put a thread in the g.s. forum and everyone was allowed to PM her the items they wanted. Then, just about a week ago, she made a list in a thread and everyone was again allowed to PM her. I got some of the 2nd list of goodies she made, and I was expecting a few items out of the lines she had listed...but I got a stack about 2" high...that is a lot of sb goodies!!! I tried to get Abbey to let me give her something for the items or at least let me pay for the shipping, but she wouldn't even consider it!! She even sent it express mail...and you know what postage costs now a days!!! I just want to put her name into the drawing or choice or whatever.


 
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You are too sweet!!

I walk my friend's daughter to school & watch her in the afternoon when she needs me to. She's a nurse and works two days during most weeks. I also just picked up three jugs of Pedialyte for them - their 3yo son woke at 3am yesterday morning throwing up. She was working, her hubby saw I was out, and he called me asking if I would mind. Poor kiddo also had it coming out the other end at that point in time, so dad really didn't want to take him anywhere. Little guy looked so pathetic when I went to bring it over to them! (They live right behind us.)

Stephanie, that is so awesome of you to nominate Abbey. I didn't know she did all of that - she's too sweet!


 
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This is a great way to Pay if Forward!

My mother in law doesn't drive, so to give my father in law a MUCH NEEDED break, I take her shopping and such. Yesterday, she and I spent the day scrapping, and I took her to archivers and out to dinner.


 
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You are so sweet!

Friday night (about 11 PM) after having dinner with some friends, dh, one of our friends and I were approached by a woman in need with only $4 in her pocket. She had just gotten off work and her car would not start. She had lost a very worn belt and earlier the lights in her car were flickering. We were unable to help with the car, but all gave her $45 between the 3 of us for a cab. We had offered her a ride which she turned down, even though we did have a car seat for her daughter, since we were going in complete opposite directions. By the time we pulled around to the front of the restaurant there was a cab waiting. Hopefully she was able to get home okay.


 
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I guess I would have to say this.
My cousin who lives in Ill. Is having a really hard time. He is actually step family but I do not care family is family. Is side of the family has been so mean to him. Long story short his 2 sisters took him for a house and $22,000 loan. Everyone just keeps taking taking taking. His girlfriend left him 3 days before christmas. So he calls me crying.
So with 3 teenagers in the house already what do I do but offer him to come live with me and get back on his feet here in Maryland. So That was Christmas and he will be arriving here tuesday morning. Woohoo for me. I love him and want to do everything I can to give him a safe enviroment to start a new life. So son had big room and rearraged it. We went last week and bought him a dresser and new bed so he will feel at home here. well thats my being nice story. I must say I am a great caring loving cousin to do this.


 
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How generous of you!

I've been a cancer caregiver for 2.5 yrs now for my significant other. Right now he's in a rehab facility for his knee. I try to make sure he has everything he needs, yummy food to eat, his laptop so he can keep in touch, clothes, etc.


 
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That is really Nice of you!
This question caught me eye in recent topics so I had to come read it...
To answer the question I do feel I am nice, I think others are nice and I don't think it would be very Nice for me to try and take the prize from them..
That being said I love reading about the Nice ladies we have on here and it really makes me smile, so this thread is nice I hope you all have a wonderful day!


 
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How nice of you!!! I am nice I would say, sometimes too nice. Recently I had a ex come to me although we were not on speaking terms and I gave him a nice warm sober place to stay & 3 meals a day while he found a new place to live as he could no longer live where he was living do to his falling off the wagon over christmas. He was a mess and just needed to know someone in this world cared about him, as no one in this world seemed to at the time because he made a mistake. I am a single mom on disability I could not really afford to do this but it was a mistake I have made mistakes havent we all???? Why did the world have to give up on him for a mistake???? I am sure we are not the only two people in the world that have made mistakes SAD!!!


Edited by Brandilynn on 01-17-10 09:21 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
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This Christmas my daughter and I decided to not have a big huge Christmas. Majority of our Christmas fund went to help a family (and dear friends of mine) who had lost everything do to a fire. We bought them, food, clothes and toys. We also bought them some air mattresses, card table to use as a dining table, cookware, silverware, dishes and toiletries. Oh and artificial Christmas tree with decorations.


 
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My good deed is ongoing because I care for my daughter's younges who's 4 while her mother and oler sister attend school. I also pay the rent/ utilities where we live so my daughter can attend college without having to work even part-time. I've been with her since her ex walked out a few years ago. It's part of my job as a mother.


 
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Awesome post(: I was just laughing to myself on the way home from the craftstore the other day "I am the Craft Whisperer" LOL Everytime I got to the craft store I find myself helping crafters in need. A lady had a confused I can't find it look so I asked what she was looking for and showed her where the adhesive was. Then a couple of ladies were going through the open stock of paper concerned about cost so I introduced them to the fabulous world of paper stacks and gave them a coupon. (I always print extras, no one should pay full price) Anyway I do this all the time and I don't work at the craftstore, LOL


 
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You are all nice and very generous.

I consider myself a nice person and try to practice acts of kindness everyday. Nothing as extravagant as some of you due to our own money restraints..but I do my best: saying thank you to anyone who assists me, being patient with sales people, getting things off of high shelves for people in stores (I'm very tall), helping an older person work the registry computer at Target or Babies R Us, participating in Toys for Tots, holding the door for people behind me, offering my help to people I work with without waiting for them to ask...etc

I hope that in my own way I have a small positive effect on the lives I touch.


 
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Thanks Kate! So nice of you! I host a free crop at my church once a month and this month I had confirmations from three people (yes we are small and just starting) so I made them small valentine baskets with flowers on them (made the flowers too) and personalized with their names. Nobody showed! So disappointing but I realize things happen, so I brought the valentine baskets to church this morning and told them individually (not so everyone would know I was the only one there) that I'd missed them Friday night and hoped they would come next month. Then I gave the die cuts I had cut for those who requested them (made into stickers of course).

I too do the random acts of kindness.... holding the door, helping the elderly/infirm, etc. Not for me but because through me, hopefully, people can see my Lord and Savior.


 
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I agree ~ You are a giver and that is nice! Not only for the receiver but also for you.

I print Hobby Lobby - Michaels and Archivers coupons when they are printable and have several of each in my purse.

When I am shopping I seek out people and ask them if they have a coupon.

Usually they don't have one and are first shocked and then extremely appreciative.

The feeling I get walking away is worth more than the coupon ever could be ~


 
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Heartwarming stories ladies...I think each of you is very nice!!



 
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I would like to nominate ColbyCheeseCat(Ashley) and jenyjen3(Jennifer) for being extra nice and sending me colored paper clips when I needed them at Christmas time!


 
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Wow you are so cool! I try to do something nice for someone or animal every day, it makes me feel good inside-you know the feeling. Today when I came out of the grocery store there was an elderly lady struggling to put her groceries in her car. I told her to get in her car I was parked beside her that I would put them in for her. Tears welled up in her eyes and she hugged me. She said she was ready to take them out one by one and place them in her car. I asked her if she had help once she got home and she said her grand kids would be there.


 
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Wow You are really cool! I try to do somethingnice every day for someone or animals. Today I helped the elderly lady next to me in the parking lot of our grocery store they had packed the bags too heavy so I emptied my bags and we lightened her bags so when she got home she would not have the same problem.


 
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My son has a friend in our townhome complex who has 2 other brothers, and they are being raised by their mom, alone. She lost her job right before Christmas, and had her car repossessed. Every week since Christmas, we secretly leave a $50 gift card for the grocery store right across the street, on their door, so that they can have food to eat.


 
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so many of you have done such nice things.

We visited my in-laws this weekend and I didn't hit, yell at, or kill my mother-in-law. While this is not in the same level as your stories, this was nice of me, and my husband appreciated it.


 
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  • Kozy Scraps Said:
This Christmas my daughter and I decided to not have a big huge Christmas. Majority of our Christmas fund went to help a family (and dear friends of mine) who had lost everything do to a fire. We bought them, food, clothes and toys. We also bought them some air mattresses, card table to use as a dining table, cookware, silverware, dishes and toiletries. Oh and artificial Christmas tree with decorations.





 
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wow you are such an awesome person.
I dont want you to send me anything but here is my story about how i am nice.
I am a EMT/ Firefighter on a volunteer department. i give blood on a regular basis. and I volunteer with the special needs children in my community (my child is special needs also)
I think its awesome to hear what every one does. I think if everyone went a lil out of their way everyday to be a lil bit kinder and nice that the world would be a much better place... kinda cheesy huh? lol
Angi


 
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  • ang_geo Said:
wow you are such an awesome person.
I dont want you to send me anything but here is my story about how i am nice.
I am a EMT/ Firefighter on a volunteer department. i give blood on a regular basis. and I volunteer with the special needs children in my community (my child is special needs also)
I think its awesome to hear what every one does. I think if everyone went a lil out of their way everyday to be a lil bit kinder and nice that the world would be a much better place... kinda cheesy huh? lol
Angi



Thanks for doing this Kate, I don't want to win, other people deserve it more!
** No, that's not cheesy Angi, it's just the truth. NICE people make the world go round and I know I appreciate people who are nice to anybody. It's just nice to do even little things to make another person have a better day- send them a card, give them a smile, fill the neighbor's birdfeeder so they can enjoy watching the birds Every little thing is big to someone!


 
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  • boysmom Said:
so many of you have done such nice things.

We visited my in-laws this weekend and I didn't hit, yell at, or kill my mother-in-law. While this is not in the same level as your stories, this was nice of me, and my husband appreciated it.





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Thanks so much for the oppertunity! That is super sweet of you!

Lately, I've been going out of my way and doing little things for my bf. He has been laid off for almost a year, been to interviews but no offers. He's getting really frustrated and depressed so I've been trying to do little things for him to help him feel better, less stressed and keep a smile on his face. I took him out to dinner (with money I've made selling cards), I do his laundry and put it away, I keep the house picked up (having a messy house is a huge stressor for both of us), make dinner, encourage him to do things he enjoys (get together with his best friend to play guitar), letting him know I am there for him and whatever little thing I can do to keep him from totally breaking down. This is an extremely difficult time for both of us, I swear God is testing our love for each other, but we are getting stronger because of this.

Thanks again!


 
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  • Juggy on 01-17-10 03:51 PM
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lesson_of_the_wi dow's_mite

By no means am I belittling or making light of other's postings on this thread. To me, a RAK is just that random and kind. I feel somewhat "dirty" boasting of any deed I may have done whether it be for someone in desperate need or mere kindness towards mankind.

I have a widow's mite necklace and I wear it almost daily - its my reminder that while I may have given of myself, someone, somewhere has also given, maybe more, maybe less. It is also a reminder that I am very blessed in my life and I shall continue to be called upon to share with others.

I will add my own 2 cents worth regarding a sb.com neighbor - I am sure she does not need any more pats on her back - and I do not know her personally, but I have seen another area of need that Abbey (InkedPink) tried to help with - when a friends child was sick - she hosted a fundraiser for the family and has sold bracelets in the child's name.

Thanks.


 
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I'm on a fixed income and my DD's ex just lost his secon job after they divorced which means there won't be any more child support for a while. It really irks me when he does something stupid like this. DD and I believe he has PTSD from when he was in the Navy but he denies it and won't even be checked out for it. Why do some men have to be so stubborn? Sorry for the rant ladies.


 
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Molly there is a thread over in NSBR called the Vent thread. Feel free to come on over and vent all you want!


 
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Thanks Ria. I tend to forget that forum exists. Sorry ladies.


 
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wow. that is extremely nice of you. keep it up. personally, i just make sure i make one act of random kindness at a time. i usually don't remember most of them.




 
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  • Judes on 01-17-10 06:38 PM
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Well, aren't you nice!

Today I was asked by an elderly friend who lost her weekly ride to get groceries if I would take her from now on. I said I would be glad to. That made her feel better and me, too.


 
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  • boysmom Said:
so many of you have done such nice things.

We visited my in-laws this weekend and I didn't hit, yell at, or kill my mother-in-law. While this is not in the same level as your stories, this was nice of me, and my husband appreciated it.



LOL, I love my mother in law but my SIL drives me crazy especially at Christmas, because she is usually mad that she has to come to a family christmas function with her DH's side of the family (DH's brother)and not her own.


 
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I loved reading all the nice stories...it's amazing how something that can take so little of our time and resources can certainly make ones day brighter. I hope that we all can remember that...and take every opportunity to care for others, practice patience, and love unconditionally.

And to those who may have felt that sharing niceness is wrong, I'm sorry you felt that way.

OK...so...I put everyones names in a bowl...stirred them up...and then a big sneeze snuck up on me and I sneezed right into the bowl. Whoops. But one name was blown out of the bowl and landed on my keyboard, so I took that as a sign that the name on that particular piece of paper was the winner.

And it was...InkedPink! I don't know her personally, but have read now and again about the good things she does so this makes me happy! Someone tell her she won!

Thanks again everyone for sharing...


 
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This thread made me smile. I really think the person that said they are leaving the grocery gift card for the single mom is truly giving that family a blessing. I've been there so many times over the last 10 years of being a single mom. Many times there were people there to help me out and I am blessed now to live near family and since I was able to help my mom get the right amount of SS she was entitled to and a lump sum back payment she in turn was able to help me through this latest rough spot when I lost my job.


 
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I also wish I had seen this earlier today so that I could nominate my sb.com friends JellyZiva and Scrappycath. They both extended kindnesses that helped me out at Christmas time.


 
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  • Judes on 01-17-10 11:09 PM
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I don't see InkedPink's post here.


 
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two people nominated her for two different reasons.


 
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  • JHAWKEYE Said:
OK...so...I put everyones names in a bowl...stirred them up...and then a big sneeze snuck up on me and I sneezed right into the bowl. Whoops. But one name was blown out of the bowl and landed on my keyboard, so I took that as a sign that the name on that particular piece of paper was the winner.

And it was...InkedPink! I don't know her personally, but have read now and again about the good things she does so this makes me happy! Someone tell her she won!

Thanks again everyone for sharing...



WOO HOO! I admit it, after reading about what Abbey has done, I was routing for her! Thanks again for putting out this KIND thread!! It was lovely to read everyone's stories and see that, yes, Virginia, there IS a Santa Clause.




 
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  • JHAWKEYE Said:
I loved reading all the nice stories...it's amazing how something that can take so little of our time and resources can certainly make ones day brighter. I hope that we all can remember that...and take every opportunity to care for others, practice patience, and love unconditionally.

And to those who may have felt that sharing niceness is wrong, I'm sorry you felt that way.

OK...so...I put everyones names in a bowl...stirred them up...and then a big sneeze snuck up on me and I sneezed right into the bowl. Whoops. But one name was blown out of the bowl and landed on my keyboard, so I took that as a sign that the name on that particular piece of paper was the winner.

And it was...InkedPink! I don't know her personally, but have read now and again about the good things she does so this makes me happy! Someone tell her she won!

Thanks again everyone for sharing...



I am so happy for her she deserved it.


 
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this was a cool idea!!!

Congrats InkedPink!!


 
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What a sweet post! I just got home from watching my sister's 10 week old baby so she could pick up an extra shift for work--they were struggling financially since she was off work with the baby so the holiday pay really helped her. I had to get up at 2am to go over and got home about an hour ago. But she watches my kids all the time so I don't know how nice that is--LOL!!

Kudos to everyone for paying it forward.

"The only thing you take with you when you're gone is what you leave behind. " -- John Allston


 
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Congrats InkedPink!


 
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I love that I was sneezed outta that bowl LOL Thank you for the nominations...its made my day


 
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I just finished reading everyone's story and I just want to say that this thread made me cry! It was so sweet to read everything...a true reminder that there are still wonderful people in the world!

Congrats Abbey!


 
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Great stories, It's nice to know that we do have lots of kind People in this world.


 
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  • JHAWKEYE Said:
I loved reading all the nice stories...it's amazing how something that can take so little of our time and resources can certainly make ones day brighter. I hope that we all can remember that...and take every opportunity to care for others, practice patience, and love unconditionally.

And to those who may have felt that sharing niceness is wrong, I'm sorry you felt that way.

OK...so...I put everyones names in a bowl...stirred them up...and then a big sneeze snuck up on me and I sneezed right into the bowl. Whoops. But one name was blown out of the bowl and landed on my keyboard, so I took that as a sign that the name on that particular piece of paper was the winner.

And it was...InkedPink! I don't know her personally, but have read now and again about the good things she does so this makes me happy! Someone tell her she won!

Thanks again everyone for sharing...



This just made my day...I'm a day late and a dollar short in having just now seen it, but I am thrilled that Abbey won! She certainly deserved it! I'm glad you had such a great sneeze!


 
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what have i done that is nice? well, let me see here, my fil fell ill and went into the hospital, i stayed vigil here at the computer to give our loved ones hourly updates. thank god he is ok now.

our friend johnny who is still suffering in the hospital had a massive heart attack, i have done the vigil just as above, in addition to that, i came home and made a really cute get well soon card. my mil forgot to take a pic of it before she gave it to his wife.

i bestowed grace upon my friend who stood me up 3 times this month already and gave her a sizzix machine. I gave a sizzix machine to another friend of mine who didn't have a die cutting machine along with like 30 dies. I had bought the second one for me, but then my hubby got me a cricut and i love it so much more.



 
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congrats on winning, but i still wanted to share some of the nice things i have been doing...


 
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  • Judes on 01-18-10 09:45 PM
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Oh, right! Congrats, Abbey!


 
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  • catzscrapper Said:
I would like to nominate ColbyCheeseCat(Ashley) and jenyjen3(Jennifer) for being extra nice and sending me colored paper clips when I needed them at Christmas time!



Janet, you are too sweet, thank you for nominating me The clips were the least I could do

Congrats to Abbey, she really deserves this


 
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