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> From: Tami Hagerman <Tami_Hagerman@Guardian.com>
> To: sewfun@bright.net
> Subject: RE: sending with tears...Christmas Spirit
> Date: Monday, January 04, 1999 3:58 PM
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> ---------------------- Forwarded by Tami
> Hagerman/Auburn/Guardian_Industries on 01/04/99 04:08 PM
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> Marcie Kin
> 12/23/98 02:43 PM
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> To:   Donna Wolf/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, Tammy
>       Sutter/Millbury/Guardian_Industries, Tami
>       Hagerman/Auburn/Guardian_Industries, Sherri
>       Devine/Carleton/Guardian_Industries, Renae
>       Kevnick/Guardian_Industries, Dawn Greene/Guardian_Industries, David
>       Lee/Millbury/Guardian_Industries, Rick
>       Coy/Millbury/Guardian_Industries, Sarah
>       Foster/Auburn/Guardian_Industries, Mary
>       Zimmerman/Ligonier/Guardian_Industries
> cc:
> Subject:  RE: sending with tears...Christmas Spirit
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> ---------------------- Forwarded by Marcie
> Kin/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries on 12/23/98 03:43 PM
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> Sonia Dennard
> 12/22/98 07:25 AM
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> To:   Cheryl Bachtell/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, smaple @
>       solomon.com, Marcie Kin/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, Chad
>       Rickle/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, Millie
>       Hartle/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, Ann
>       Weatherholtz/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, Ric
>       Burkett/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, Mary
>       Hannum/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, Darla
>       Gribbons/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, Flo
>       Collins/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, Renee
>       Appelfeller/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, cookie1276 @ aol.com
> cc:
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> Sharon Maple <smaple @ SOLOMON.COM>
> 12/21/98 03:50 PM
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> To:   Yvette Wilson <Ywilson @ SOLOMON.COM>, Bobbi Payne <bpayne @
>       SOLOMON.COM>, Sonia Dennard/UpperSandusky/Guardian_Industries, 'Kay
>       Amstutz' <KAY @ CNBOHIO.COM>, 'ladykay' <ladykay @ bright.net>,
Lacey
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>       Fenstermaker <lfenster @ SOLOMON.COM>
> cc:
> Subject:  RE: sending with tears...Christmas Spirit
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> Sharon Maple
> Solomon Software
> Seminar & Lead Coordinator
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> -----Original Message-----
> From:     Yvette Wilson
> Sent:     Monday, December 21, 1998 3:31 PM
> To:  Lori Howard; Margie Shoop; Betty Lance; Bobbi Payne; Bridgette
> Salem; Carol Doss; Carol Preslan; Sharon Maple; Kathy Fairbanks; Sheila
> Wheeler
> Subject:  FW: sending with tears...Christmas Spirit
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Deb Montooth
> Sent: Monday, December 21, 1998 2:15 PM
> To: Sheila Wheeler; Terry Cecil; 'GOCHEF@aol.com'; Teresa Stevenson;
> Lynne Jones; Sandi Martin; Yvette Wilson; Neva Fisher; Linda
> Fenstermaker; Sharon Keeran
> Subject: FW: sending with tears...Christmas Spirit
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sheila Wheeler
> Sent: Monday, December 21, 1998 9:13 AM
> To: John Crawford; Terry Cecil; 'vulcan@glasscity.net';
> 'LEEarles@aol.com'; 'DanKayser@aol.com'; Linda Fenstermaker; Teresa
> Stevenson; Lynne Jones; Sandi Martin; Deb Montooth
> Subject: FW: sending with tears...Christmas Spirit
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Crawford
> Sent: Monday, December 21, 1998 6:57 AM
> To: 'CHOIRDIR43@AOL.COM'; 'draper@lucy.findlay.edu'; 'GapGirl713';
> 'jercrawford@mindspring.com'; BJ Crawford; Terry Cecil; Sheila Wheeler;
> Michael McFarlane; Julie Hagley
> Subject: FW: sending with tears...Christmas Spirit
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> John F. Crawford
> Director of Information Systems
> Solomon Software
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> JCRAWFOR@SOLOMON.COM
> World Wide Web: http://www.solomon.com
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> -----Original Message-----
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> jzimmerman@edgewood.edu
> Subject: sending with tears...Christmas Spirit
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> 
> Wishing you Christmas spirit always.
> 
>                     THE LETTER
> >> >
> >> > Ruth went to her mail box and there was only one letter.
> >> > She picked it up and looked at it before opening, but then
> >> > she looked at the envelope again.  There was no stamp,
> >> > no postmark, only her name and address.  She read the letter:
> >> >
> >> > Dear Ruth:
> >> >
> >> >     I'm going to be in your neighborhood Saturday afternoon
> >> > and I'd like to stop by for a visit.
> >> >
> >> >                            Love Always,
> >> >                            Jesus
> >> >
> >> > Her hands were shaking as she placed the letter on the table.
> >> > "Why would the Lord want to visit me?  I'm nobody special.
> >> > I don't have anything to offer."
> >> >
> >> > With that thought, Ruth remembered her empty kitchen
> >> > cabinets. "Oh my goodness, I really don't have anything to
> >> > offer.  I'll have to run down to the store and buy something
> >> > for dinner."
> >> >
> >> > She reached for her purse and counted out its contents.
> >> > Five dollars and forty cents.  "Well, I can get some bread
> >> > and cold cuts, at least."
> >> >
> >> > She threw on her coat and hurried out the door.  A loaf of
> >> > French bread, a half-pound of sliced turkey, and a carton of
> >> > milk...leaving Ruth with a grand total of twelve cents to last
> >> > her until Monday.  Nonetheless, she felt good as she headed
> >> > home, her meager offerings tucked under her arm.
> >> >
> >> > "Hey lady, can you help us?"  Ruth had been so absorbed in
> >> > her dinner plans, she hadn't even noticed two figures huddled
> >> > in the alleyway.  A man and a woman, both of them dressed
> >> > in little more than rags.
> >> >
> >> > "Look lady, I ain't got a job, ya know, and my wife and I have
> >> > been living out here on the street, and, well, now it's getting
> >> > cold and we're getting kinda hungry and, well, if you could
> >> > help us, lady, we'd really appreciate it."
> >> >
> >> > Ruth looked at them both.  They were dirty, they smelled bad
> >> > and, frankly, she was certain that they could get some kind of
> >> > work if they really wanted to.
> >> >
> >> > "Sir, I'd like to help you, but I'm a poor woman myself. All
> >> > I have is a few cold cuts and some bread, and I'm having
> >> > an important guest for dinner tonight and I was planning on
> >> > serving that to Him."
> >> >
> >> > "Yeah, well, okay lady, I understand.  Thanks anyway."
> >> >
> >> > The man put his arm around the woman's shoulders, turned
> >> > and headed back into the alley.  As she watched them leave,
> >> > Ruth felt a familiar twinge in her heart.
> >> >
> >> > "Sir, wait!"  The couple stopped and turned as she ran down
> >> > the alley after them.  "Look, why don't you take this food.
> >> > I'll figure out something else to serve my guest."
> >> >
> >> > She handed the man her grocery bag. "Thank you lady.
> >> > Thank you very much!"
> >> >
> >> > "Yes, thank you!"  It was the man's wife, and Ruth could see
> >> > now that she was shivering.
> >> >
> >> > "You know, I've got another coat at home.  Here, why don't
> >> > you take this one."
> >> >
> >> > Ruth unbuttoned her jacket and slipped it over the woman's
> >> > shoulders.  Then smiling, she turned and walked back to the
> >> > street...without her coat and with nothing to serve her guest.
> >> >
> >> > "Thank you lady!  Thank you very much!"
> >> >
> >> > Ruth was chilled by the time she reached her front door, and
> >> > worried too.  The Lord was coming to visit and she didn't have
> >> > anything to offer Him.  She fumbled through her purse for the
> >> > door key.  But as she did, she noticed another envelope in
> >> > her mailbox.
> >> >
> >> > "That's odd.  The mailman doesn't usually come twice in one
> >> > day."
> >> >
> >> > She took the envelope out of the box and opened it.
> >> >
> >> > Dear Ruth:
> >> >    It was so good to see you again.  Thank you for the lovely
> >> > meal and thank you, too, for the beautiful coat.
> >> >
> >> >                                                Love Always,
> >> >                                                Jesus
> >> >
> >> > The air was still cold, but even without her coat, Ruth no
> >> > longer noticed.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >       
> >> >HOPE YOU ALL ENJOYED THIS.
TAMI
> >> > 
> >> > > 
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