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    Those were the days, Dick! We had so much fun at Saratoga Springs, and will always remember the get-together at McDonald's with you, Debbie McGowan, and the rest of the gang. Your warmth and support made me feel part of one big scrolling family!

    It took courage to "upscale" at a time when everyone we knew was downscaling, but we never regretted it, or looked back. Leaving the condo and its toxic atmosphere made us feel like we were reclaiming our life. And having two shops, connected by intercom, was something we never imagined!

    I appreciate your good thoughts and kind words, and hope to continue writing and creating for many years to come.


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