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LETTER: Bouquets to my neighbours for helping me heal

Christene Fitzgerald thanks her Agassiz neighbours for helping her out after a fall

Dear Editor,

Sending big bouquets to my neighbours for their care and kindness following my nasty fall:

Thanks to Mary and Thea for donating food. I’m eating better than I usually do;

to Nancy for the newspapers;

to Lee for the garbage detail;

to Thea, Tara and Jessica for supplying my need for chocolate;

special thanks to Mary for initial first aid and providing transportation;

my humble appreciation to Cassie who saw it happen and rushed to my aid.

Thank you to the trio who helped me up after I tripped a second time. Good team effort! You’ve been wonderful!

Sincerely,

-Christene Fitzgerald, Agassiz



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