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At 13:41 on August 6, 2008, April Richardson said…
Hi, Judy! Thanks for adding me as your friend! Please e-mail me at arichardson1976@aol.com to discuss the transcription work you are needing done. I have a full workload for the rest of this week and weekend, but next week looks better. Hope to hear from you soon!
At 16:34 on July 24, 2008, DENISE C - CASE CATALYST SCOPIST said…
Hi, Judy. Thanks for the friend invite. I've gladly accepted. If you're going to the Anaheim convention -- obviously quite a ways from Virginia -- have a great time!
Thanks again, my friend ~
:~ Denise ~:
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