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We had a fireworks tragedy, PLEASE help wish a friend "get well"

I'm sure you all have at least one person who has alway been there for you on your blog from the beginning. Someone who you can always count on to leave a comment, even when there were no others.

I have a friend, Jenny, who has been that person for me on my blog.

Yesterday she was injured by a freak fireworks accident and I would like to call on my fellow bloggers to help wish her a "get well soon"

Please, please, please visit this post: Tragedy Close to Home - Get Well Soon Jenny and leave a comment. It can be short and quick, even a simple "get well soon" will be appreciated.

My goal is to get at least 100 comments on the post before Jenny reads it.

Thank you all so much!

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Sorry to hear about this. I posted my well wishes
Thank you Jennifer, I really appreciate it!
me too, she's lucky really - it could have been so, so much worse :(
Thanks M.S.!

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