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Great news on your father and thanks for a chance at an awesome karma.

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Congratulations on the success of your father's treatment, and thanks for the chance. I could use a new belt.



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Hope the good news continues. Please add me to the karma.


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Best Wishes for your Dad.

I am in, please.


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Glad to hear that things are looking positive for your dad...
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Wishing you and your family the best and a speedy recovery.


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Mike its great to hear your fathers bone marrow went well. Hope he recovers quickly. Please count me in.
 
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Glad to hear your father’s transplant was a success, that’s awesome! Please count me in.


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Prayers for a continued rapid recovery.

Please add me to the generous karma.

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Very generous.

Please include me.

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Great news on your dad Mike.
Hope healing goes well.
Please add me to the hat.

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Best of luck to your Father. Please count me in!


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That is great news about your dad. Hoping he continues with the progress.

Please count me in, my Armour belt from 2016 needs replacing soon. I'm hard on belts.


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Thanks for the opportunity for the karma.

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I love these belts. I have one of the ones your Dad made. Hope he gets better soon. Thanks for the chance.
 
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Pray your father's recovery is quick. Thx for including me.


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I've lost a little weight and could use a new belt!
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Wishing your father the best. He will be included in our prayers. Thank you for the Karma.
 
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Glad to hear things are looking up. If it's not too late, please include me in your karma. Thanks!
 
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Here is to a speedy recovery.


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