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Thread subject: Improvizing a message for the New Year
Name Date Message
Shelley 12/25/09 10:24 am Please ignore the *birthday* greeting at the end of this card and pretend, instead, that it says *Happy New Year*. In real life, I would simply white out a message that doesn't fit and write my own but I couldn't do that with this ecard. I loved it so much, though, and felt it was such a great and appropriate message for the Featherheads, that I wanted to share it anyhow. I sure hope the link works!



From me to all of you:



Hope is the thing with feathers
Pamela 12/25/09 11:00 am Thank you Shelley. The card is simply beautiful.
Tiger 12/25/09 01:03 pm Shelley I see you finally got the hang of hyper linking. Well done.
Shelley 12/25/09 01:10 pm :-)

Thanks, Tiger. It was probably thanks to you! ;-)

(it's about time, too, isn't it?)
Nancy L 12/25/09 01:23 pm Beautiful, Shelley -- thanks!
Tiger 12/25/09 01:41 pm Well it could have been quicker Shelley but you got there in the end. It does make life a lot easier when it comes to illustrating things.

Yes it is a very nice card.
Celeste 12/25/09 07:32 pm Thank you Shelley...that was really nice...Happy New Year to you too!
Madeline 12/26/09 01:20 am Beautiful card Shelley, chicka-dee-dee-dee-dee:-)
Marie 12/27/09 02:16 pm Beautiful Shelley.
Interestingly they have borrowed the European Great Tit as well as North American birds, the Chickadee and the Cardinal to illustrate the meaning of Hope. It is universal. !

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