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Debbie Thanks Everyone

Dear FRiends,

Before I sign off I wanted to thank each one of you for being part of the book club. I especially enjoyed reading your comments, many of which were insightful and thought-filled. I really enjoyed this year's group and look forward to seeing you again next year . . . if I'm fortunate enough to be asked back.

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Re: Debbie Thanks Everyone

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Thank you for coming to be a part of our group I hope to see you on tour sooner or later!

Our local yarn shop is selling your knit along book from Back on Blossom Street in accordance with a class of shawl knitting this next month and I plan on signing up. After all thats where some of the most interesting friendships can be forged.

Thanks again for all your messages and insight into your beautiful stories!

Message Edited by DutchMoeder on 06-30-2007 12:18 PM
"If more people knitted and crocheted, the world would see fewer wars and a whole lot less road rage."
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