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Wednesday, March 01, 2006

03-01-79...great day

Yes that was the day that Melissa ____________ Jakola came into the world. What a glorious day that was. All the best my wonderful friend!
Love Erin


  • At 12:53 PM , Blogger Asylum said...

    Awww...thanks for the tribute rock star! 03-01-79 shall live on forever. Bappy Hirthday to me!

  • At 1:19 PM , Blogger Asylum said...

    Oh..wait a sec!! Erin...quickly! Delete my middle name...it must be kept secret for the middle name game! Please and thank you.

  • At 1:33 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    ME OW!
    that's all i gotta say

  • At 1:47 PM , Blogger Ed Doerksen said...

    Erin, high there. I know its been a long time, but I was reading a blog of a friend of mine in B.C. and he is doing an event dedicated to Rwanda. I immediately thought of you and gave him your blog addy and suggested that he get in contact with you.

    His name is Dave Pasiverta, a very good friend of mine and a Christian to boot. :)

    He is interesting to talk to and is very talented. I have left the ball in his court to get in touch with you.

    By the way, how are things going? My computer crashed just before Christmas so I am just getting back some of the sights that I have missed including yours.

    Well I have to get to the pool and coach. The high school team had a really good year, so now all of my attention is now fixed on the Norfolk Hammerheads. They hate my practice book. some of the kids tried to hide it on me. Heh,heh,heh.

    Take care and I hope Dave gets in touch with you as I am sure he would be interested in hearing of your experiences and what you have learned.

    Take care.

  • At 8:54 AM , Blogger pasivirta said...

    Hi Erin,

    Dave, Ed's friend here.
    I am sort of involved with an event that is being put on by an arts organization that I am getting involved in, they are premiering a documentary about Rwanda.

    www.hoperises.com I think. or google hope rises.

    anyways. check it out if you like. It is done in conjunction with some fellow TWU grads who are working on getting education up and running in Rwanda, www.wellspring.org or .com or something.

    If you have any thoughts, feel free to share.


  • At 2:13 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Very nice site! »


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