Just wanted to say hello and to see how you and your daughter are doing. So how was the wedding? I know everything was beautiful. Tell your daughter congratulations. I am doing well and so is my mom. I just had my housewarming party last weekend. I had a great time. My sister and her kids will be coming to visit in two weeks. I am so exicted I haven't seen the kids in over two years. We are going to go to Washington DC and to an amusement park. So we will have some fun while they are in Virginia. Hope to hear from you soon.
Just wanted to stop by and let you know that I am doing well. I am going for my 4 month check up in a few weeks. So far I only have pain occassionally. How is your daughter? My mom was just diagnosised with breast cancer so I have been with her. She had surgery a week ago today. She is doing well. You and your daughter have been in my prayers. Thank you for being such a great person.
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