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Ever Have a Friend...

I think I am getting sentimental as I say goodbye to my little blog. I'll be switching over to my new domain soon (details coming). As I wind down this chapter, I am feeling reflective - and appreciative. This may be the last signifcant-content post on my blog, and I want to talk about friendship. Told you I'm feeling sentimental. "Talk amongst yourselves"! I have two long-time, close buddies, Tanya and Vicki.
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