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New E-mail Address - 11
12/30/02     Nell Rislow  (1964)      nellrislow@comcast.net
It's been so long since I've posted a message, but I wanted folks to know how much the reunion and the subsequent gathering of women folk at Nags Head have meant to me. Months go by, and I've certainly not stayed in touch with some of the folks I'd intended to, but this doesn't change my desire to see you again. Or the vivid remembrance of such a good re-connection. Hi to Jennifer, Jinky, Jean, Judy, Patricia, Anne, Betty Sue and Carol, Susan, Douglas, Jackie, Anne Carter,
Susan G., Sally N., Geeta, Carol, and all of the many others. Thanks to Jinky and Anne Carter for coodinating a very sweet birthday "party" on our last night in NH...
Please stay in touch...new e-mail:
nellrislow@comcast.net
Hope everyone has had a joyful Christmas and looks to the New Year with anticipation of the good, the decent, the loving and, hopefully, the peaceful to come your way.
I hold you within the tapestry of my life.
Nell