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I am quasi retired in Lincoln, directing the Cathedral Choir at the Cathedral of the Risen Christ
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Catherine wrote at February 21, 2009
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Happy Birthday!!! :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - :balloon: - Catherine
Catherine
Steven Ferrel wrote at February 21, 2009
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:happybday:
Steven Ferrel
Chariss wrote at December 22, 2008
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Just stopping by to say Merry Christmas and have a very prosperous New Year!

Would like to offer you a gift -- Free Study Guide for my new book, Make a Joyful Noise: Searching for a Spiritual Path in a Material World. Just go to my personal web site, www.chariss.com, to download yours now. Please feel free to offer this gift to yor friends and family as well.

Again, have a blessed holiday season!
Love and Light,
Chariss
Chariss
ronni wrote at September 25, 2008
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ronni wrote at August 30, 2008
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ronni wrote at August 24, 2008
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Catherine wrote at August 18, 2008
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Happy Thoughts to You! Catherine


Happiness = pleasure, joy, exhilaration, bliss, contentedness, delight, enjoyment, satisfaction. Happiness, bliss, contentment, felicity imply an active or passive state of pleasure or pleasurable satisfaction. Happiness results from the possession or attainment of what one considers good: the happiness of visiting one's family. Bliss is unalloyed happiness or supreme delight: the bliss of perfect companionship. Contentment is a peaceful kind of happiness in which one rests without desires, even though every wish may not have been gratified: contentment in one's surroundings. Felicity is a formal word for happiness of an especially fortunate or intense kind: to wish a young couple felicity in life. [Dictionary.com]
Catherine
Lynne wrote at August 14, 2008
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Steven Ferrel wrote at August 13, 2008
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Welcome :biggrin:
Steven Ferrel
butterfly_nadine wrote at August 13, 2008
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hello and welcome :biggrin:
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