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    Hospice donation

    Ten slimline pens with the cancer awareness pin.
    These were made from Beaufort Inks "pink sapphire radiance series blanks".
    They will be going to our local Hospice shop to raise funds.
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    A beautiful gesture Dave, wonderful, pretty pens.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Neat move Dave love those pens.

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    Nice pens, they will be greatly appreciated!!
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    They should find a great home.....well done mate, fantastic gesture
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    Nicely done for a worthy cause.

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    As the spouse of a cancer survivor I tip my hat to you.
    You know your old when your sweetie says "lets go upstairs and make love" and you reply "honey, I can't do both."

     
     
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    Brilliant!

    Lovely and kind thing to do

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    Beautiful pens for an excellent cause. They should sell like hot cakes.
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    Thanks Bill.
    But will people who buy them realise the actual cost to produce them?
    The old adage, those who make them know the cost to produce them,
    but the people who buy them donít want to pay the cost.
    Anyway. Iíve donated them itís what the hospice gets thatís important.
    Dave

     
     

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