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Hi Alison, Just wanted to bring you up to date on my 215 case here in hell. I have been convicted, despite my "physicians statement", to 3 months in jail, three years formal probation and disallowed my medicene for the three years as well. I have learned a lot about politicians and the law here through all this. One does not deserve justice unless one can afford it. Even with all the "pro-marijuana" groups, friends, and even family whom I have contacted about this, I have gained no yardage in my favor. I thought I had a pretty good lawyer the third time it all went through the courts, but alas, I was fooled again. There are so many overshadowing news items going on that again my case was just swept rapidly out the door. One of the "Big News" items here was the death of Peter. Everyone is so rapt in this that they don't even see the exact same thing happening to me, 3 months isn't too long to bear in jail, but three years without my medicene shall surely mean my demise as well. But I guess that's the price you pay when your not financially equiped for such emergencys. Anyway, I'm glad to hear about your progress. Good luck and best wishes. Love David Fawcett Sr.
David Fawcett Sr. <>
Ontario, CALIF usa - Thursday, June 29, 2000 at 23:26:18 (PDT)

Thank you all for such great response to Alison's web page/site. We do hope this helps everyone that is trying to deal with some type of ailment that marijuana will be beneficial in some way. I know first hand that it makes a huge difference in Alison's life and quality of life for that matter. We can now watch videos at home without having her fall asleep half way through ..... bad morphine . She is also able to spend some time responding to all of your messages and emails! :c)
Goo <>
Burlington, ON Canada - Wednesday, June 28, 2000 at 09:38:24 (PDT)

Thanks for your very enlightening web page. I've been using pot for almost a year now because I got desperate after 30 years of numerous health problems (physical and emotional) and working with conventional doctors, John Hopkins, NIH and others of that ilk. I wish I had discovered this great medicine (marijuana) 30 years ago when my health problems began, but instead I (and my health insurance company) spent a fortune trying to get better, but I only slid downhill. I thank God I had the fortitude (and decent therapists) to helped to keep me alive until MMJ came along. I've felt suicidal for 30 years but not anymore. MMJ helps me alot - alleviating problems with my mood, anxiety, depression, pain and it greatly helps my concentration. After 30 years of feeling like I live in tormented misery, I finally found some peace of mind and body. It SHOULD be legalized for medical patients and we shouldn't suffer because governments are afraid.
- Sunday, June 25, 2000 at 12:10:57 (PDT)

Great site Alison! Hopefully Canada's example will help set an example for compassion here in the states. Too many people are suffering because of our leaders are afraid of a plant.
Gary Storck
Madison, WI USA - Sunday, June 25, 2000 at 11:00:37 (PDT)

Holy !! I don't even know how to sign my own Guestbook properly !! ;o) (sideways smiley face - winking) Dear Graham, Dominic, Derek and others who have been in contact - Thank You all so much for your support in this sensitive issue. It is people like you that will be a welcome refresher in the Medical Profession and the Political Arena in the years to come, regarding the uses of "Medical Marijuana" !! Your support is much appreciated !! For those of you facing the Dilemma that troubles Graham, go to the Home Page (where the pictures of Gary and I are), scale down to the words "your Health Issue". You will find a report by Dr. Tod Mikuriya from the United States regarding ALL of the diseases that Marijuana can help. Next, scale down to " wonderful links". There you will find TREMENDOUS information on ANY disease that has been tested using Marijuana by G. W. Pharmaceuticals in the United Kingdom. Go to "Patient Area" at the top of the page, then to "Medical Uses", then type in your disease. I have it set up for Multiple Sclerosis. PRINT THESE THINGS OUT AND TAKE THEM TO YOUR DOCTORS !! We need their help ~ Teach them to say "KNOW" to Drugs !! (FYI....G. W. Pharmaceuticals is one of the companies that ANSWERED THE GOVERNMENTS TENDER FOR A LEGAL GROWER in Canada in June of 2000.) Good Luck Everyone - Please let us know how you make out !! Bye bye for now, Alison :o)
Alison <>
Ontario Canada - Thursday, June 22, 2000 at 14:43:04 (PDT)

Hello, mmy name is Graham. I am 26 yrs old, living with MS. I am trying to get exemption aswell. My doctor is UNwilling to complete the form as there is no medical proof of the drug. To say the least, it "pisses me off". I have pain most of the day, I have problems galore and I am too passive I think to argue with him. I get very emotional easy this is the main reason I am passive. Any suggestions?
Graham Greenough jr. <>
Edmonton, AB CANADA - Thursday, June 22, 2000 at 11:31:51 (PDT)

Wonderful story, glad to hear that marijuana has helped you so much with your ailments; and that you don't have to rely on those other legal drugs that would most likely do more harm than good. Great looking web site! take care of yourself, peace Derek
Derek <>
Toronto, Ont Canada - Friday, June 16, 2000 at 17:05:18 (PDT)

Great site, I live in The U.S.A. and the laws here are just what you would expect from a nation that is continuously at war, and has some of the most horrible marijuana policies, never seems like they want to give anyone any civil rights. I had the honour of visiting British Columbia, and enjoying all the natural beauty, meeting activists, medical patients and visiting the Compassion Club. I had 2 very vivid dreams, that came true while in BC, not your typical intuition. I know my soul would like to rest in Canada, I have always been drawn to it, though ontario is quite captivating as well. I would like to find a job in Canada caring for Medical users at their homes. I will assist in Growing, curing and administering marijuana for the person and or persons under my care. I'm in my 20's, unmarried, a great cook(vegetarian)...and I believe that Marijuana is a gift from the spirit world, and helps us live free of pain, be happy, copassionate and righteous. I have care for the sick at home and am Certified here in the States to do it. If anyone could offer me any assistance in relocating to Canada and finding a job I would really appreciate it.. I am in this profession because I believe in the miracle healing power of The Cannabis spirit. I can be reached by e-mail,and will respond promptly. Alison, keep fighting the good fight, people like you make North America free like it should be...Canada will lead the way, and through embarassment america will be forced to follow... Following the Path of The Buddah........ In peace, Dominic
Dominic Sindone <>
Fort Wayne, IN USA - Thursday, June 15, 2000 at 14:26:19 (PDT)

I just listened to some music on one of the fun links...your site is literally TOO MUCH !! There is so much information here !! THUMP THUMP THUMP (slow sound of a shoe keeping a beat).. "Goin' downtown to see my baby..."
Blind Melon Chitlin <>
Toronto, - Thursday, June 15, 2000 at 10:06:35 (PDT)

It was a learning experience to find out that the herb that works for me didn't work for you. I just assumed that the quality was the critical factor but it turns out that for someone like yourself, it is the strain that is the critical factor. I never really paid much attention to the strain (unless it was something REALLY exotic in appearance). I guess I'm lucky. I am one of the ones that respond ot multi-strains. It looks like the government has it's hands full to not only produce uniform, quality medicinal marijuana BUT also various strains !!
Robin des Bois AKA Hans <>
Toronto, - Thursday, June 15, 2000 at 09:41:53 (PDT)

I haven't had a chance to go to some of your links yet BUT I did re-read your story. Each time I come here I learn a bit more about this campaign and about the pioneers (such as yourself). I'm just about ready to jump into the fray myself ! OOPS ! Too late...I just realized I already jumped into the fray after our first meeting. Now it's only a matter of time until I approach my doctor and make him aware that my recreational use of this herb has produced some positive effects in dealing with some other diseases I have. Physican...HEAL THYSELF !! *S* P.S. The manufacturing of the herb delivery system has entered the next phase. I had a chance...(the Boss is out...and you know what they say when the cat is away ? PASS THE CHEESE !!) fill in the small spaces with some more resin. The next phase will be the most labour intensive...the dreaded sanding stage. This could take a while...say!!!! Anybody out there have a belt sander I could use for a few minutes ? It would make the next phase much less labour intensive !! There's gotta be someone in the Toronto area that has a belt sander !!?? Please e-mail me if you know of someone who has such a machine. It would be nice if I could use it at the same location as where it is stored since I don't have an area to use a sander.
Hans <>
Toronto, - Thursday, June 15, 2000 at 09:20:38 (PDT)

Cool site, best of luck to you both.
Chris and Julia McDonald
- Wednesday, June 14, 2000 at 19:39:44 (PDT)

Hi: This site was brought to my attention by my boss, John, and in a quick discussion this site was brought to my attention. Thank you. I'm a volunteer at a Hospice, the residents there have terminal cancer,and or are HIV positive, just for starters. I would like to see easier access to marijuana. The doctors are very free with giving out morphine, demeral (when it was covered under social assistance because this is no longer covered, morphine is the flavour of the day). Yet morphine is an addictive drug, from what I've seen certainly has a lot more negitive aspects and certainly a lot more than marijuane. I will be getting as much information for the folks there that need it. If you wish keep in touch with me to see how these folks are making out, please keep in touch as I will. Columbia
Columbia Corindia <>
Toronto, ON Canada - Wednesday, June 14, 2000 at 10:07:28 (PDT)

Hi Allison, I like your web page. Anyway i wrote you before about the exemption 56, as i finaly got my letter from the Docter off on June 3 2000. I have a question for you: since you got your exemption, are you allowed to grow your own medicine in small quontities for yourself. If not do you get it legally. Yours truly.....Dave
DNapora <>
BC Canada - Saturday, June 10, 2000 at 09:48:18 (PDT)

I have DDD and failed back syndrome at the l5-S1 position and also in my cervical area of my spine. I am taking 60mgs of morpine every 4 to 6 hours and smoke marijuana about every hour to two hours. About a half a joint at a time. It seems to help keep me at a low level of the narcotic use so I keep using even though in the state I live in it's illegal and I am always in fear of being arrested for taking care of my pain!!! Hard to believe in this day and age isn't it??? The problem I have is the strain that I have available. Not very good at all. Someone saw a post that I put somewhere on a bulletin board about someone in Cananda that is selling some really good strain (white widow, etc.) through the mail and am seriously thinking about ordering a 1/4 bag. If I do get caught it's not a large amount so they can't say I'm using it for sale and with my 10 years of chronicled pain problems I should have something to help me in court. I am just getting at my ropes end trying to find it and find anything worth buying. I just spent $100.00 on an Oz. of this terrible commercial weed that is terrible smelling and dry but that's all I can get right at this time. For whatever you are doing keep up the good work and I hope someday people will realize what it is we go through on a daily basis. Thanks ,Jim
Jim Constantine <>
Concord, NH USA - Wednesday, June 07, 2000 at 00:48:30 (PDT)

Good luck, and DON'T GIVE UP!!!
Enrico <>
Hamilton, ON Canada - Sunday, June 04, 2000 at 14:05:32 (PDT)

Things are looking good! Keep coming back and checking out any updates we have added. Links page has been updated! :c)
Gary aka Goo
BurlOak, ON Canada - Sunday, June 04, 2000 at 00:42:24 (PDT)

Dear Alison, Your Mom told me about your web page. You've done a terrific job! Continued success with your mission and I am sure many people who are suffering from excruciating pain will be glad to hear your story and jump on your bandwagon. The photos also look terrific. All the best Nellie
Nellie Bannayan <>
Brantford, ON Canada - Sunday, May 28, 2000 at 18:36:37 (PDT)

It's another day in the life of an exemptie in Canada.This guy has good day's and bad.Alot better now ,over the last 4 weeks especially ,as i'm finnaly getting over the 4 months of hell my body has endured detoxifying from a slew of pharmacutcals i quit last year! Marijuana has brought me back to reality.I have days where I feel sorry for myself and depressed ,cause I am :)I get over them.I can cry again !!! my weed lifts my spirits ,calms my anxiety and helps me deal with amounts of stress ,previously not capable of handling on "The Coctails". I'm not real nice to people now sometimes,as my bio-chemistry adjusts.,I see and feel improvements daily,but i have to appologise to the friends that i've dissrespected and been a pain in the ass to. I saw my daughter for the first time in many months today. God, i just held her ,and held her, and ignored her mother who is denying legal access over my medicinal marijuana use. When i told her i was feeling better now than at time in the last 2 yrs,her answer was typical."why do you need marijuana then" To which i replied,"it's because of the marijuana" That's where she shut off. A judge will hopefully see my recovery from an unsuccessful regiment of Interferon/ribavirin ,and the management of Hep C and a degenerative disk desease, anxiety and depression are being done solely BECAUSE of marijuana. And "see" that i'm a better father and person for it. If truth and justice find their way into family court, Laura and I will be back on track soon. Once i've finnished with this in June ,i will have more resorses and time to put into what problems we have going on here. Hey Health Canada ,Remember Me? I Been busy..,fighting for my kid my health,my medicine,my friends. So I 'havn't been so far up your butt's as of late .Rossie from CBC has your ass on air soon It will be interesting how you sidestep some honest questions to the atrosities you've created in this Contry.I'll post the Date for all to tune in and listen to your back patting shite. whew... i feel better now :) ,I'm sure the marijuana has "nothing at all" to do with that..... Peace :)sonnyboy
sonnyboy, steven bacon <>
Oshawa , Ont. Canada - Saturday, May 27, 2000 at 18:26:59 (PDT)

Dear Alison and Gary: Thank you for contacting me about your new sit. Sites like this are a big help in my plight for justice. I was diagnosed with shingles a few years ago. The doctor was giving me cortisone injections for the pain but said it would weeken my bones with too much use so he prescribed codine which interfered with my ability to be the machinist I am. he finally asked me "If you have any access to marijuana , try that". I did and it works. Then last october my home was invaded by some heavily armed legal bandits. They took all my medicine, guns, notes for a book I was writing, porno movies, and even the darts off my dartboard, leaving one dart to hold up a computer generated note saying "A DAY WITH OUT DARTS IS LIKE A DAY WITHOUT SUNSHINE YOU HAVE BEEN VISITED BY WESTNET, AT WESTNET WE MAKE HOUSE CALLS" Since then I have sunkin in to a deep depression due to so many recent deaths in my family( two brothers and my mom) and this arrest. I was up in northern CA visiting my father after being sentenced for cultivation and possesion of MMJ and met a Dr. Marion Fry who wrote me a Physician's statement about my MMJ use and said to also use it for depression. It has been working fine until last Wednesday when two probation officers entered my home and took it all away again. They informed me that I was in direct violation of my probation and my doctors statement had no validity with them. They said I need a Doctors "prescription". I have been through the court system twice already with this case and not gotten justice yet. Earlier that same Wednesday I went to court alone and requested my plea be set aside. The judge appointed me a David M. Goldstein atty with the West End Defenders Group and set a date of June 14. I have lost faith in any lawyers but will have him by my side as a formality as I try to achieve justice by myself this time. Meanwhile I am to begin a sentence of 90 days in jail on June 2. Thanks again and God Bless It really is a wonder drug and I thank god for it!
David E. Fawcett Sr. <>
Ontario, CA U.S.A. - Friday, May 26, 2000 at 10:49:42 (PDT)

I'm Baaaack...Just relized it was your Wesite address, not your e-mail that I couldn't get to work Andrea. Please, if you can, drop it in our Guestbook again ?? Thanks... Congratulations to Andrew for finding another terrible disease that this MEDICATION benefits - I'm so glad he could be here to join us ! Shows us ONE MORE reason to allow MEDICINAL MARIJUANA !! Thank you !! :o) You are DEFINITELY helping our cause !! Take care everyone, Alison :o)
Alison <>
Ontario Canada - Friday, May 26, 2000 at 08:41:52 (PDT)

Hi Everybody !! Thanx for stopping by with all of your Fabulous ENCOURAGEMENT !! Cindy you are wonderful ! Just a quick question...Anybody know what the Bill (?) is called that people apply for in the United States to be LEGALLY allowed to smoke etc. Marijuana in America ?? Have had a few people ask me. Thanx in advance for any help. Also, is anyone out there from the "Stormy Ray Foundation" ? I misplaced the address you left when you signed our Guestbook David and/or Andrea (your e-mail didn't work when I tried you Andrea). I would love to get that again if someone wouldn't mind passing it along !! :o) Hope Everyone has another great day !! I'm sure going to try !! Bye bye, Alison :o)
Alison <>
Ontario Canada - Friday, May 26, 2000 at 08:31:11 (PDT)

Alison, I am a survivor of non-hodgkins lymphoma and doing great! After chemo treatment, I was still visited self healing skin legions, leaving the doctors in awe. About the same time those legions started disapating, I began smoking pot. Monday(5/22) I read in the Birmingham,AL news paper that pot helps with sclerosis and reduces the risk of non-hodgkins lymphoma. Please help me in getting a perscription. ADVICE
Andrew Richardson <>
Oxford, MS - Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 18:35:47 (PDT)

Hey GIRL!! You have the right to get what you think is right and you know what is making you feel better. Obviously the medical society should see your reduced amount of pain pills and narcotics and make it not only healthy and safe for you now. We have to fight for what we want which is a terrible descrimination in itself but also gives the willpower not to give up but to go and get what is ours!! So keep up the work and be proud of what you accompish for yourselve and others and make the government see thru your eyes-after all--we are the people and they owe us our lives-we pay enough for it! Hugsssssss and keep smiling! Cindy intensive care nurse
Cindy <>
upstate, NewYork USA - Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 15:25:55 (PDT)

I just LOVE the lava lamps in your site.(I am a child of the 60's) I never got one until Christmas a couple of years ago.*S* Having met you, Alison, I found you to be an inspiration in how to deal with difficulties that life throws at you. You are literally a beacon of light that has the power to change those around you. You are an amazing person and Gary is a great guy. What a team! I will do my best to bring down the price of your prescription. There is truly strength in numbers!! Together WE can ALL make this work until the Government of Canada can supply you with the drug.
Hans <>
Toronto area, - Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 09:14:53 (PDT)

Hi Everybody ! WOW !! I can't believe the comments in our Guestbook so far...It's no Wonder I love my life !! :o) I can't thank everyone enough for their support in this "delicate" matter...Nobody ever wants to think of themselves in OUR position. PLEASE, talk about this issue with your Doctors, your friends, your family, your co-workers - ANYBODY !! People are suffering out there in Canada and other Countries because this "Medication" is being denied them. We are fighting for YOUR RIGHTS !! None of us want to see you in OUR POSITION !! What if you weren't strong enough, or in good enough Health to fight for this as a right ?? That's what WE are here for - for those of you who CAN'T FIGHT because you are seriously ill or dying...The Suffering needs to end !! Please people - STAND UP AND BE HEARD !! Alison :o)
Alison <>
Ontario Canada - Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 09:00:16 (PDT)

Hey there - kisses from Oakville.... I hear you get them from Spain too..... Your Mom just brought me your web-site address. :0)
Barb <>
Oakville, - Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 07:15:50 (PDT)

Hi Alison. I am signing again (since my last one I posted mysteriously vanished:0) I think your site is terrific! It is very informative and also shows that you are a very courageous person. I have spoken to you many times at forum so you know all this already, but for those that don't know my story here is a bit of info... I have severe Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and degenerative disk disorder, with arthritis in my back. (gosh did I leave anything out?) Cannabis has helped me to have a better quality of life. It is also helping me to get off a very nasty prescription drug called Oxycontin. I still have a way to go with this one but I am able to wean myself off this pain killer without all the terrible withdrawal symptoms. Marijuana has been given a bad rap and it's people like Alison that are making a difference! Keep up the good work Alison!
Karizma <>
PA USA - Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 04:44:10 (PDT)

Welcome to the club Uncle Bob.Congratulations on your resent exemption aquisition !I'm so pleased to see you come forward and let the contry know with us ,that we are good honest Canadians with nothing to be ashamed of except the Gov't that gave us our exemptions.A gov't that has made us get out of our sick beds to sneak around in fear to acquire our medicine.A Gov't that did it's best to stall ,delay and deny it's own sick and dissabled citizens their basic human right to simple relief from their suffering . This from a Gov't that is using "a more Compationate Gov't" as an election campagne prommiss. PLEASE (get me a pail) We look forward to getting to know ya and your friendly voice, peace:)sonnyboy
sonnyboy (steven) <>
oshawa, ont canada - Wednesday, May 24, 2000 at 19:33:26 (PDT)

Hi Alison! Good to see someone on the same wavelength...yes, we definately need to get together and compare notes, let ourselves be heard and all that good stuff...My name is Bob Burrill, everyone calls me "Uncle Bob" and I live near Edmonton, Alberta. I received my medical marijuana exemption on April 25, 2000. My exemption is for 3 flowering plants, and 4 seedlings. I don't feel that this is a suitable amount for someone like me who has to smoke a lot of mj. I'm constantly using it...for a serious arthritic condition in my neck. As to helping out, I have some media experience, I worked in broadcast radio as a news writer, reporter and anchor... and I enjoy talking to people. I'd be very happy to voice commercials, or documentaries, anything of that nature for the cause. lets keep in touch! Peace. Uncle Bob
Uncle Bob <>
AB Canada - Wednesday, May 24, 2000 at 16:13:53 (PDT)

Hello my friends: Good luck for your splendy web and Mission. A big kiss from Spain. Dr. Ricardo.
Dr. Ricardo <>
Málaga, Spain - Wednesday, May 24, 2000 at 05:02:25 (PDT)

I agree that this natural substance should be available to benefit people who are helped by its use. Keep up the fight Alison & Gary.
Jane DeSouza <>
Green Bay, WI USA - Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 20:11:07 (PDT)

- Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 18:20:03 (PDT)

Alison and Gary, Our hat goes off to you both....your an inspiration to people everywhere. Gotta love those pic's too!!! Keep on being our hero!! The Honrath's @->->-
The Honrath Clan <>
Burlington, Ont Canada - Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 16:14:59 (PDT)

Allison...congratulations on your awesome site and beautiful pictures of yourself and Gary...I wish sucess with your battle with the govt...You will make this happen for you Alison..i will chat with you soon..thank you so much for you email..marnie
marnie hill <>
- Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 12:11:58 (PDT)

Alison & Gary: Great Site, wishing you all the best.
rita citino <>
hamilton, ont canada - Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 08:15:26 (PDT)

Hello to all, Look at this little site.Do you see what it represents? Here-in lies the truth.Here-in is the efforts of a few honest Canadians to bring hope and re-assurance that at least there is someone out there that shares our feelings and hardships,our triumphs and our setbacks.God bless ya's Alison and Gary for caring like you do. I have one message to relay ."exempties unite".The message has come through loud and clear from Health Canada,from the Supreme Crt.of Ont.,and i want to thank them all for the advice.There Right.Look after yourselves , has been the common denominator in this to date. United as a group of federal exempties "is" the only answer. I call all federal exempties to join us.Do ourselves a favor and Contact me. Let's go folks ,lets be heard! Now, while we have their attention. Peace and good health :) sonnyboy
Steven (sonnyboy) <>
Oshawa, Ont. Canada - Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 06:37:41 (PDT)

Great informative website! You are a source of great strength, I admire you, both of you! Viki
viki morgan <>
Burlington, Ont Canada - Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 06:32:03 (PDT)

Great website, Al and Gary! Who took those great pictures? Keep up the good fight!
Cam Lynch
Seoul, Korea - Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 06:16:53 (PDT)

Great site Prime! I'm passing it along to everyone I know. From one of your biggest fans. Good luck and keep in touch!
Kim <>
Burlington, Ontario Canada - Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 05:47:57 (PDT)

Hey Alison! I like it! :c) A little tweaking here and there and I think we've got it! Keep that spirit in high gear and nothing can stop you!
Gary Lynch a.k.a. Goo
Oakville, ON Canada - Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 05:17:10 (PDT)

Way to go Al/Goo! This bud's for you.
Gary Midwinter <>
Burlington, On Canada - Monday, May 22, 2000 at 16:29:14 (PDT)

all the best with your "mission" !!! we're rooting for you as well as others in your position !! kelly & mark
kelly g.
burlington, ont canada - Monday, May 22, 2000 at 12:56:58 (PDT)

Here's to your health! Weed is best!
veeman <>
college station, tx USA - Monday, May 22, 2000 at 09:09:03 (PDT)

Thank you for your web site. I was diagnosed with MS in February 1992 and was holding own 'til divorce in 1996. A friend had me try cannabis and it helped with spasms and pain. I am not solely on this, but other meds too. This really helps me!!! Medicinal Marijuana is legal here in Oregon.I am a legal card carrier! The chief petitioner has MS and has a wonderful web site she is putting together. Please go. I think we need to get together and help all no matter what country! Andrea
Andrea Canulette <>
McMinnville, OR USA - Monday, May 22, 2000 at 07:47:37 (PDT)

great job Alison, and good luck with your mission!!!!!
ann & troy
- Monday, May 22, 2000 at 07:09:16 (PDT)

Hi Everybody !! You won't believe this, but I totally LOST ALL of your wonderful comments on our NEW site so far...Still new to this, so am learning the hard way... :o) Would love to hear what you have to say as you see all of our new pages !! Drop us a line. Anybody from the UK yet ?? Japan ?? Australia ?? Korea ???...Would love to hear from YOU !! Have received great comments from the US and Canada so far !! Thanx for being soooo patient... Alison :o)
Alison <>
Burlington, ON Canada - Sunday, May 21, 2000 at 22:46:38 (PDT)


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