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Date Posted: 23:32:21 01/17/07 Wed
Author: KathyT
Subject: which son is this?
In reply to: stan 's message, "I woulda posted this on Notes, but" on 10:32:08 01/12/07 Fri

Stan is this the son whom they stopped from going because of you? I remember feeling so sad about that... it totally would not be fair to do such a thing. Did he get to go after all? Time is all mushed together in my head, and I can't remember if it was that son, of one that went previously. You have a lot of sons coming and going on miissions! LOL.

Please check your security settings in your IE. That has been the only problem before that has kept people off the board. You are certainly wanted there!

Did you try reregistering?? If the security settings doesn't fix the problem, maybe reregistering will!

Congrats on getting your son home. I hope his mission was great. I got an email from my daughter today.... her companion had been talking about going home.... she would lay in bed all day, depressed, and my daughter was frustrated because she couldn't get her companion to go work, but her companion could stop her from working! It was really hard. But her companion has now made the decision to stay, and has started getting out of bed and tracting. They have a low teaching pool, so tracting is really needed to build it up. So my daughter is thrilled that her companion is now getting out of bed and going out with her! That would be tough-- make you wanna smack your companion, eh?

Ah well, all is well that ends well!

Enjoy your son!


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