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The Blind Leading the Blind?

I had moved from the Washington, DC area where I grew up to southwest Idaho, (long story). My ex(?)-boyfriend came up to see us when he was in Denver for a job interview. He went back to Va. for a … Continue reading

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Tisket, Tasket

                       … Where’d I Leave That Stinkin’ Basket?                                                           By Jeff Salter              To blog about things I’ve misplaced – or had misplaced FOR me (by someone else) – would take-up the space of the old Encyclopedia Britannica.  So, I’ll … Continue reading

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Missing: One Mind

This week’s topic is something we’ve misplaced/lost and can’t seem to find.  Really, in less than 24 hours I will be on a plane, headed to RWA’s national conference in Anaheim.  If you’ve ever witnessed my packing procedure, you would … Continue reading

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