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TODAY's Wishing Well

Do you have a wish for someone special? Do you need a little help making it come true?

Send TODAY a wish your friend or family member has always had but never fulfilled. We will see what we can do to help make it come true.

Also tell us if you have some ideas on how you can create a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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    >> meanwhile, we want to let you innen in on a little something. do you have a wish for someone and need help making it come true? well, that is where our wishing well will come in and we'll help you.

    >> all you have to do is head to today.com/ wishing well . explain your wish and tell us why the person you want to help is so deserving.

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updated 12/4/2013 9:54:43 AM ET 2013-12-04T14:54:43

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