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April 08, 2012

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Thanks for this, Jenny. Parents are under-the-radar people; it's always good to hear how others are handling things. Lev sounds wonderful; and I hear you about time pulling all things apart.

Thanks, Jim. Your presence always warms up the ether. One of my friends turned me onto a quote of Italo Calvino's yesterday...something about clocks being little saws, sawing away at time. Ah, if only it worked like that!

Gosh it's nice to hear from you!
xo j.

Three types of speech? No.

Hi Dan. I'm sure we'd love to hear a little more, if you'd like to share. I'm certainly not an expert, nor even more than minimally informed here.

Please come back and tell us....

I think and hope I "fixed" it, Dan

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