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Linda Pearl Buffy
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At 8:34pm on September 26, 2010, Dianne Mallory Dolinski said…
We will somehow work a visit. I am back and forth between here and Abbotsford where Amber & the kids live. She teaches school and believe it or not - Donovan is 13 and Kiera is 9. How old are we? You can check out our son Rory's facebook page - he is quite the talented musician (or his website). It is Rory Stephen Dolinski. He and his girlfriend Em live in the same apt. as us - an old hippie building on the Bow River. Some things die hard in life - like 1969. Love to you from us both.
At 5:37pm on September 26, 2010, Dianne Mallory Dolinski said…
Hello my old friend. Orlando and I travelled by Salmo last summer when his Dad passed away. He fell ill at Christina Lake where we had a cottage. Nice to find you on such a beautiful web site. You can e-mail me at or on my facebook (Dianne Mallory Doilinski). Someday we must visit while life is still kind to us. Love, peace and happiness.
At 9:25am on September 26, 2010, Philip Dancing Wolf said…
HI Linda, Finally I am able to accept your kind offer and get into your circle hee! hee! I so love he picture gallery.....but then, whats not to love. When you are through with the Ruby Slippers......I want them !

Special Namaste's ~ Philip
At 8:26am on September 26, 2010, Philip Dancing Wolf said…
Hi Lady Leor, Thanks for your presents in my life and for the guidance , to such a powerful gathering of souls like minded. Lets create Magic the lot of us !
At 10:54am on September 22, 2010, Michele Shumay said…
Gratitude Linda for introducing me to AOND ~ network of bright souls, such as yourself, who have the power to create great change with love, good intention and holding positive vision...
At 10:49pm on September 16, 2010, Oya Yansa said…
Hi Buff,
Made it in, feels like a birth to me
At 12:12pm on September 16, 2010, Richard Lukens said…
Thanks for the friend request Linda... would love to collaborate going forward... let me know your thoughts about the website... I look forward t knowing more about you... I have some info on my page, but am producing events now at a new venue in the Bay Area... Imagine what we can do here...

At 5:57am on September 16, 2010, The Ancient One said…
The simplest gifts are often the most precious gifts, and the gifts we have to share are many.

People have incredible talents, often undiscovered. They have the wisdom of experience, often unspoken. They have love that they need to share, often locked inside them. Moreover, all people need love and acceptance — no matter how stern and unyielding they appear on the surface.

Small acts of kindness speak in loud voices. They inspire hope where there was doubt. They bring comfort to those who are hurting. Sincere compliments remind others how valuable and special they are.

A kind gesture given to a stranger is an extremely powerful reminder that God shares love through his children. These priceless gifts inspire faith.

Encouraging words to a child are powerful emotional deposits of self-esteem. Meeting injustice with forgiveness and integrity sets an example that can point young lives in a positive direction. These are gifts with life-long effects more valuable than any amount of gold.

It has been said, "What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. They are scattered along life's pathway, and the good they do is inconceivable." No one can take these priceless gifts away.

The value of a gift is the unending love that continues to touch the lives of many. If the gift of a beautiful knee-high smile can paint a lasting picture, think of all the value contained in the precious gifts that you could share with someone today!

- by Steve Brunkhorst
At 5:05pm on September 14, 2010, Richard Lukens said…
Hi Linda!
Welcome to Architects! I have a feeling that its very beautiful where you live in Salmo! Even the name sounds exotic. Please enjoy the site, it would be wonderful to see some content coming from your direction. Great to have you with us


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