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August 06, 2008

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You're the best, Eileen! Thanks!

I can really use this reminder. I was just grousing that about the never ending clutter on the counters. :)

Beautiful, Eileen! And I agree, Alice is a gem!

God Bless,
Jane

Eileen,
Thanks for the beautiful thought. I've seen the optical illusion before, but I have never, until now, thought about it more deeply or in the context that you shared.

Much thanks.

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