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canman needs prayers
Posted by Spicii (TD) 1 Mar 2018 6:22pm

Tom emailed me and asked for prayers, he said he was not doing well. He may not be able to reply, maybe his wife will read and pass on to him. We miss you canman and sending prayers for a complete recovery. HUgs, Spicii

Miss you canman!!!!!!
Posted by Pearle (moderator) 2 Mar 2018 3:26pm

Miss all the XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX you send. Praying you will get through this and come back to us at GC.

Thanks Pat for letting us know!

Thinking of you Tom
Posted by greyj (VIP) 6 Mar 2018 8:12am

Sorry to hear you,re not feeling well my friend. You are in my wife ( Lorna) and my pyarers at this tough time as well as your family...get well soon ..looking forward to a match in the and your family take care....GreyJ...(Dennis)

Get Better!
Posted by Giants (TD) 6 Mar 2018 8:22pm

Canman this site would not be the same without you. Get better soon!

Thinking of you.
Posted by GoDiva (moderator) 6 Mar 2018 9:30pm

Hoping to see you back soon my dear friend.

Pauline x

Miss you Canman
Posted by DeDe (TD) 7 Mar 2018 7:54pm


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