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November 20, 2010


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Paul M. Watson

Amazing, Bena, just amazing.

bena roberts

Why thank-you Paul. Very nice to hear from you, Bena

Ajay sharma

Looking good, but you look better with glasses! ajay


Bena! You look fantastic! I'm so happy to see this beautiful picture. Love you and miss you and think of you every day. xoxo Mona

bena roberts

Mona - thank-you! You can see all the pictures here: http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=124869030878992&topic=969&post=7823#!/album.php?aid=262089&id=500894274&page=2

Olivia Gibney

Hi Bena

So lovely to see your happy smiling face - you look fantastic. Well done for coming out of such a horrible experience with such a positive attitude. I'll have a look at the pictures in the link you sent to Mona. Hopefully we'll be able to meet up sometime soon.

lots of love, Olivia xx

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