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September 18, 2006

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Jonathan

Ashton,

I am so lucky to be your Dad!

You are a very, very unique and wonderful person.

Love,

Dad

PS. I'll skip the trip to Antartica, but I'll go with you to see the northern lights.

PPS. you are already very smart.

Marg

Ashton, that is so cool! Some people never figure out who they are or what kind of person they want to be. You are way ahead of most of us!!!

Love you!

Aunt Marg

smash

I really am super, short, smart, awesome and cool! I love being myself. I love our fam. I love it when you brag about our fam. (mostly me, hee, hee).
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Emily

Smash,
You are an awesome brother and I love you very much!
That was a great poem!!
It is so you!!
Love ya tons!!!!!!!!!!!
~Emi

Karen

Smash!
That poem is fantastic! You really are super, short, smart, awesome, and cool! I'm glad that you're a part of my extended family! I miss you, and I can't wait to see you again at Christmas! I love you!

~Karen

Kim

WOW!!! You are amazing Smash! It is so terrific that you have such a great sense of who you are and where you are headed. Most of us take a lifetime to realize that. Great Job. Love, Kim in Colorado

Joan Lloyd

Dear Ashton:

It's amazing how a grandma can learn more and more each day about her grandchildren. You are very special. You have a great insight to who you are. When you say you are Super Short, I am so grateful that you see that as a positive thing. Your Grandpa Ben is one of those Super Short people. So was you great grandfather. Look at Grant and your dad and mom, Nathan Emily and Megan. Wow Super Short is indeed a great blessing. Super Short genes run in our family, and I am proud of it. I love and admire all of my Super Short people in my life. They sure aren't super short on the important things in life.

I love you, Ashton, YOU ARE THE BEST!!!

Love,
Grandma Joan

Louise

I loved Smash's poem. Smash you are all those things and more. You are an outstanding young man and I noticed that you kept mentioning that you are short, just remember as long as your feet touch the ground your doing great. We miss you tons. Love, Louise

Frisbie

You truly are a wonder. I miss you! I saw you helping your Dad in the yard last weekend. Actually, now that you think about it, you're always helping people. Such a great kid!

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