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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.

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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.

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

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