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March 24, 2012

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OMG this is perfect! I love everything about this post, from the "shiny as a shoe" Luella to "Little Arithmatic" and right through to the (be still my heart) seared, rare steaks and slutty wine (what slut doesn't love a slutty wine?). A fantastic week of posts Rebecca. See you in NYC! I hope you will consider a return to blogging here. Stacey

My Pumpkinhead, what a joy to read your posts this week! (And not only because you've publicly called me a wonderful cook, and flattery gets you everywhere.) I reveled in reading each piece; the ease and casual intellect of your creative nonfiction is, seriously, my new standard for the form.

I am, as always, impressed. (Also, as always, I love you, sister!)

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