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September 15, 2010

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I just love how you capture these moments Vinita. You help me savor my own situation. Every blessing in your studies.

I agree with what Chris wrote. Your ability to paint with words is wonderful. You can make pallets on a porch and basil in the garden and transportation choices and cooling weather seem like richness and bounty. Which of course it is. I always love reading what you write, Vinita. God bless you with all you need as you walk this learning path, in and out of the classroom.

Thank you both, Chris and Julie, for visiting and leaving a post. Peace--Vinita

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