Re: [MOL] Happy New Year Dear Friends! [00043] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] Happy New Year Dear Friends!

I am saving this to another document so I can print it out and read it as I
go. I'll give it a try.

This is not so my friend...... let's try again !.
1. turn computer on.
2. use browser and go to a web site that you like.
3. When you see a picture or animation that you like you:
        place your browser over the picture
        you right click on mouse
        you go up to edit and click copy
        you go up to file and save it to a file.
Once you have done this let me know and we will got into the next phase. 
Now you all know Christine is our computer expert, not me.....
LOL!  your friend, lillian

-----Original Message-----
From: jerry corrigan <<>>
To: <>
Date: Friday, January 01, 1999 11:48 AM
Subject: Re: [MOL] Happy New Year Dear Friends!

Lillian:  I did love the greeting, and I read your instructions.  You lost
me very early on!  I'm afraid your much more skilled on the computer than I
am!  About all I can do is type and send e-mail!  Love, Kathy

-----Original Message-----
From: lillian jennings <<>>
To: <>
Date: Thursday, December 31, 1998 8:32 PM
Subject: [MOL] Happy New Year Dear Friends!

Cherished Friends

God must have known there would be times
We'd need a word of cheer
Someone to praise a triumph
Or brush away a tear.

He must have known we'd need to share
The joy of "little things"
In order to appreciate
The happiness life brings.

I think he knew our troubled hearts
Would sometimes throb with pain
At trials and misfortunes
Or some goals we can't attain.

He knew we'd need the comfort
Of an understanding heart
To give us strength and courage
To make a fresh, new start.

He knew we'd need companionship
And so God answered the heart's great need
With a CHERISHED you.

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