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May 4, 2006
                                             
It has been a very long day today.  We had training tonight and it was long, too.  I chose this background because I care so much about the plight of the wolves in our country.  Please do what you can to support them.  They were nearly wiped out once.  Don't let it happen again.  It is amazing that they are such social creatures.  I've don't quite a bit of studying on them and I was truly amazed by what I learned.  I urge one and all to sign petitions, adopt a wolf (it's really neat), support wolf education, learn about them yourself, and possibly just make a donation to Defenders of Wildfife specially to the wolves.  I've had classes adopt a wolf.  Two Science Classes, two different wolves were adopted.  The kids loved it.

One Christmas my daughter adoped a wolf for me as a Christmas present.  It was great!  With Mother's Day coming up it's a great opportunity to remember Mom.  Even for Father's day in June.

I really should sign off as I am really beat and I'm not sure this even makes sense.

~Susan



Wishing everyone a great weekend.  Hope the weather is great for you and you have good plans and get rested and enjoy the weekend.

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