Missed you! I look forward to reading my emails from you. Glad...

Brenda From Canada - May 30 2012, 11:39 AM

Missed you! I look forward to reading my emails from you. Glad you took time for yourself but now it's time to come back! Please keep us updated on the good happenings in Haiti!

Glad you are back!

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