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TO MY VERY SPECIAL FRIEND
Two people are as one with friendship, love and truth. But one person alone is truly an empty life, but because you are my very special friend my life is no
You have so many qualities to make you a wonderful friend. You are there to share the ups and downs of my life. You are the sunshine of my glad days,
and the rainbow of my sad days. Thank you for always being there to listen, trying hard to understand me, and somehow knowing how to help. You are the
rose among the thorns in my life.
You give me your time and your interest so unselfishly. You shelter me from the storms of life. You know me as I am and you understand where l've come
from, and where I am headed. You've accepted me for what l've become, but you still encourage me to grow.
My friend you are the best part of hard times, the brightest of good times. Thank you for giving me a gentle push when I falter, a kind word when I'm lonely,
a guide when I am searching, a smile when I'm sad, and a song when I'm happy. '
Our friendship is like a rosebud, with love, honesty and caring. The rosebud will bloom into a beautiful rose. As long as we continue this caring, the rose will
never die and nor will our friendship.
There isn't a day that goes by that I don't thank God for sending my very special friend to me.
You, my friend, are truly a special gift that no one can ever take from me, for God has blessed my life by giving me a very special friend like you.
V By Jennifer Benefield
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You Mean So Much To Me
You mean so much to me,
A treasure that is in my heart.
You are the apple of my eye.
You are always there.
You are so rare.
How can I tell you what you mean to me?
When there is no way to put it.
You're so kind, so sweet.
How else can I say it?
I know that I love you.
That is all I can say.
But if I could put it just the right way,
I would tell you how much I love you. -
You are the person I care for most .. . Mr. Don Karr, Principal
I just love you so much.
You always comfort me when I am down.
You are so sympathetic, so patient. 5
I just have to say what you mean to me.
You're a friend of all friends . . .
A light above all lights.
May I say you are so great. 5
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You are so beautiful in your own way. X
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You mean so much to me.
You are the true meaning of friendship, s
God made a special plan for you.
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I just don't know what else I could say,
It is just you mean so much to me.
You're perfect in every way.
When you say something,
You say it in just the right way.
You never put me down or criticize.
You never take life for granted,
You just live it in every caring way,
What else can I say?
You mean so much to me.
You are my best friend.
Mrs. Virginia Pippin MrS. COrky Luth
Secretary Secretary, nurse
and much more
By Steffanie Goltra
Mrs. Janet Walton Mrs. Linda Rice
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Can I help you?
THA NK YOU
DAYCARE AND LUNCH DUTY AIDES
Pam Bethke, Lunch Aide
and All-Around Helper
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