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Friday, April 24, 2009


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Frank Simpson

You KNOW I am going to quote you!
What a terrific paragraph: "Change can be painful and sad. Change can be a release. But change will inevitably come around one way or another." Will use in my next PINS-SIN (More people read that than my blog!)


Enjoyed your post about my book here. Just found it. Sounds like you know the Guinan's world well from your grandfather and father. Appreciate the eloquent review. Sounds like you'd have been a "parishioner" yourself. Best, Wendy

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