Hi Katie

Oh My Gosh!!! You did a wonderful job! I love it! Can't thank you enough for this opportunity.

The page looks awesome. I already posted it on Facebook!! I'll also add the page to my website!

Thanks so much again!
Happy Holidays!

Suzanne Tonaire
Behind The Band TV

Editor's Note: Suzanne Tonaire's story about "Living The Dream" attracted lots of comments on Facebook, including these:

"Good Work!" – Paul D.

"This is awesome, Suzanne!" – Meryl

"Suzanne, You sing the National Anthem better than anyone else in the world – you left that out! This is a great story!" – Pamela M.

"Great job, Suzanne. Things really do happen for a reason. We just need to be patient until the "why" is revealed. – Andrew

We love to hear from Cape Women and we appreciate your Feedback about Cape Women Online magazine.

If you have an idea for a story or feature, please email Katie or Nicola. We are currently accepting articles for future issues. Early submissions are always welcome!

Hi Katie!

I love the Charlie Brown tree too... did she call my mom for the picture?

Thank you for allowing me to be part of your on line magazine!

Wishing you a safe, relaxing holiday season!

Kristen Magnacca

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Dear CWO,

Your magazine is always so interesting and informative. I look forward to reading each new issue and LOVE getting the email notice that the new issue is online! It's like getting a present in my inbox :-)

Keep up the good work!

Editor's Note: Thanks, Heidi!

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Dear CapeWomen,

Loved the Holiday Issue! I especially like Dr. Warren's advice for helping my diet survive the holiday season. I plan to use her "Love it, Need it, Leave it" policy all year round. It's so nice to find diet advice that I can actually live with!

Happy 2011 to all-
Melanie in Barnstable

Editor's Note: We received the following suggestion for an article for a future issue of CapeWomenOnline magazine. Look for Kim's article about Gladys Taber in the Literary Women section of our Spring 2011 Issue.

Remember, this is YOUR magazine!

Please keep sending us your suggestions and comments – we thoroughly enjoy reading them all!

Dear Ms. O'Sullivan,

Kathy Kleekamp introduced me to your wonderful publication, having written an article about ekphrasis that you are going to publish in January.

I am the poet in the article. The piece introduces the reader to author Gladys Taber. I have studied her scholastically, but I have always wanted to introduce her work to a new generation of not-necessarily academic readers.

Thank you for a marvelous publication, and many holiday blessings wished for you and yours.

Kim Baker

Editor's Note: Posted on Facebook in response to our two Holiday articles about the artist & teacher Sarah Holl.

Diane Kohut Kyle said:

Nice article, Sarah, and I'm loving your new pieces. Bravo my friend! You are truly inspiring to be around.

J.d. Smith said:
Great article Sarah!!! I guess it tells the whole story... you said something I myself say, which is that I teach people "How to see." So right you are!