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January 19, 2011

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You give as good as you get, my friend.

Recently, I'm pretty certain, you've been shaking your head thinkin' to yourself, "What am I gonna say about this?!"

Good stuff, Leslie!

It's been a pleasure reading these posts, Leslie. I consider myself very lucky to call you friend. I certainly hope BAP will have you back for more blogging in the future.

You've been fortunate in your mentors and friends, and how lovely that you mean to carry the tradition forward. Nice column. Very glad you've been writing for us.

Thanks for counting me, Leslie. The funny thing about these literary friendships is that they allow for mutual mentoring!

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