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February 24, 2009


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Carrie Manley

It looks great! Guess what I'll be asking Harry to get me for my birthday! Congratulations.

donna Druchunas

Dancing a jig!

Deborah Robson

Thanks, all! Deserves a jig. For sure.

donna Druchunas

Going for a walk and hoping FedEx Ground will leave the books here if I am not home.


First: You have no snow?!? It's warm enough to be outside in a t-shirt?!? I'm so envious I could spit!
Second: The book looks wonderful! After all that anguish, isn't it a rush to hold the actual physical object in your hand? Talk about a tangible goal...
Congratulations and Huzzah!

Deborah Robson

They're predicting 68 degrees F (20 C) for today. This is Colorado. We could be buried in snow tomorrow. But yes, we got to unload the truck without precipitation of any sort, and in t-shirts.

Given the trauma, and the fact that PC #3 (new) appears to have a hard-drive failure going on, yes, it's wonderful to have the finished, physical object to look at and hold.


I got the book today and it's wonderful!! The blue color is perfect, not at all too bright. Donna, and you, have produced a winner. Congrats!


ps...I left a review on Amazon.

Deb Robson

Thanks so much, Joanne, for your comment. I'm glad you like the book . . . and that blue! We appreciate the review on Amazon very much.

I'm glad you left your blog address.

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