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Jacob's Invitation To Bella's Wedding: Was It Right Or Wrong Of Edward To Extend It ? Of Jacob to accept it? (Re-post)
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"My friends, When we had to re-enter our e-mail address and passwords to return to the saga yesterday. I couldn't remember my e-mail address from a year ago (I have like 7 of them) So they gave me a new home page. But now I can't send out…"
My friends, When we had to re-enter our e-mail address and passwords to return to the saga yesterday. I couldn't remember my e-mail address from a year ago (I have like 7 of them) So they gave me a new home page. But now I can't send out mail to our 705 Rose members or access our 230 some discussions. And I am unable to access any messages you send to me. I have asked the site administration for help. Hopefully they can help. The mistake was mine. Your friend Doc B aka "The Reading Bear"
We are delighted that you decided to join "The Rose discussion group." If for some reason you ever decide that you no longer want to receive notifications of new discussions, just go to our (now your new) Rose home page, and hit the "remove" icon. We have welcomed 500 new Rose members this year. So there should be lots of new friends for you to share with. If there is anyway I can ever help you, please don't hesitate to write. And there are also several members who have volunteered to serve as "Rose Angels" who are also happy to help you in any way they can.
Your new discussion group "The Rose" got it's name from a famous "free speech" discussion group in the 1930s http://www.thetwilightsaga.com/profiles/blogs/what-does-it-mean-when-a
I feel that their spirit has always been the magic behind our group. When ever a new member joined their group they always recieved a white rose and a simple note that said "Welcome home."
Doc B aka "The Reading Bear"
PS. We are ALL looking forward to sharing with you. We have a few motto's ie: "When sharing with friends you can never say too much." "Friends never have to worry about "rambling on." And "Phila" is the Greek word for the special form of love that develops between friends. (Aristotle)