Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
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Thank you all so much

I really do just want to say thankyou to anyone and everyone who helped make it a wonderful party. All of you who came, all of you who DJed, those who made wonderful cake (sorry about the miscommunication leading to there being too much), all of you who DJed, all of you who danced, all of you who brought cards or presents or hugs. With special thanks to Andrew for helping organise the PA, Steve who provided it (and some excellent and much needed tuition), Rachel and the staff of the Cow for being friendly and welcoming. But especially thanks to Mobbsy: cheers dude, it couldn't have happened without you.

Happy birthday again Andrew and David.

I love you all.

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