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March 15, 2012

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Tynan,

I am so proud of YOU - not Tynan, the singer, Tynan, the poet, Tynan, Living. the. Dream. YOU! Tynan searching herself. Tynan spending summers in Italy learning Italian. Tynan boldly and courageously reaching for HER dream and creating her own opportunities to fulfill them.

Mostly, I am proud of the beautiful soul that is Tynan who dares to own and to share her fears, her doubts, her flubs and her triumphs.

Know there's one in East Texas who feels privileged that our paths crossed, one who dares to say on this esteemed site, "You da BOMB!"

Dr. D.

This is inspirational! So glad we met -how many years ago? two? - in Boston.

You've made good and now you're on the ascent!

"Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre,..." - dig it girl!

and,......must be some true gypsy in your soul

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