Michael Philips


A Special Daughter


Ever since the time
in the maternity ward
when Marion Dixon,
thinking you were her baby,
exclaimed, “That’s the most
gorgeous baby in the world! ”
I’ve known you were a
very special daughter.

Submitted: Friday, May 26, 2006

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