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August 04, 2008

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Eileen, your joy and enthusiasm are so delightful to read. I'm sorry I haven't made the time to comment until now. You've had a rough summer but it sounds like the last days have been wonderful. I'm happy to read that your dh is recovering well.

Your school plans sound great. I look forward to reading your "In My Backyard" blog. I love reading the details of a learning day. I read many of the "Learning notes" blogs. It makes you realize how much you are accomplishing.

Have a great day. Enjoy the glow of relaxation. :)

Wow, sounds like things are looking up around there! Great news on the back surgery rehab...

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