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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Happy 90th Birthday to Anna Mae Rigdon and Happy Birthday to her daughter Cynthia Rigdon. Both pose from St. Francis Hospital Room where Anna Mae is a patient. Mrs. Rigdon's daughter Cynthia was born on her birthday. When asked the day Cynthia was born about being happy that she had a child born on her birthday, Mrs. Rigdon said, "Well, I'd rather have a steak dinner for my birthday!"And today, even though a hospital is not the place anyone would choose to be to celebrate a birthday, Anna Mae's twelve children are thankful that she is doing so much better. We are thankful that she will be around to celebrate many more birthdays.

Happy Birthday Anna Mae and Cynthia!

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I just saw this. Happy belated birthday to both of you!! Hi to all the rest of the Rigdon clan. Hope all are well.

Mrs. Rigdon, I hope you get well quickly and are back at bingo ASAP.

Cynthia, thank you for your kind card you sent me recently.

Kind thoughts to you all,

Kim (from next door long ago)

-- Posted by Cinti on Mon, Jul 18, 2011, at 3:47 PM

happy birthday anna mae!! and CINDY!! great pic!

-- Posted by grovernurse on Wed, Jul 20, 2011, at 6:41 PM

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