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Lost my cell phone

From: Tiny
Sent on: Saturday, October 4, 2008 4:19 PM
Hi Everyone,

Sorry for the mass email, but I figured sending an email to all of my email contacts was the most time-efficient way to let people know that it may be difficult to contact me over the next day or so.  My cell phone was stolen last night and I have to wait for my phone company to mail me a new one (luckily it was insured).  Unfortunately my cell number will not work until I have received my replacement phone.  The best way to contact me until that time is email.  I do have a home number but I typically only use that for business and family (to avoid people calling at all hours on my landline, etc.) 

If I do not normally correspond to you and you receive this email, please disregard this email - this was just the easiest way to let everyone I know that my number is not working.

Thanks,
Ruth

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