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A Special Gift

One of my very best and lifelong friends, Kelly, sent me a belated Birthday gift today. She gave me the first one a couple of years ago and I have loved it so much. It is cute and easy to find in my purse. But, I had worn it out! It looked AEWFUL!!!!!!!!! Today I checked the mail and got this beautiful, fresh keycahin. I am so proud. Thank you Kelly! I LOVE it! Let me clarify: I have two Kellys. The one who sent me this lives in Little Rock and we have been friends since we were two. My other Kelly I met at Ouachita Baptist University.

Comments

Leigh Ann said…
Soooo cute! Kelly is the most thoughtful person. You guys have such a special relationship, just like sisters. It's so sweet!
Hillary said…
I love it! And you sure did need a new one! Just like Kelly to come through on that!
Kelly said…
Her key chain is from a different Kelly - NOT ME! :-)

I loved the first keychain and I love this one too!!!!
Meredith said…
My sister, Kelly sent you a nice gift! She told me about your keychain! How very cute! I have one with my name on it! Love it!
The Garners said…
That's really cute! Don't you just love getting fun stuff in the mail!?

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