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May 18, 2011

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Thank you for referencing Wind in the Willows, Mitch--you are always full of fine surprises! It happens Mole is one of my favorite characters; in fact, this year, I asked an artist to create a little needle-felted replica of Mole for me and she did a wonderful job. Isn't that nuts what Toad goes through with his car obsession?! Very funny! (May I blab on? About cars. When Albert Schweitzer was in Lambergene, he didn't want to allow any cars. But his workers insisted and there were two cars in the jungle. Of course the two cars got in a head-on collision, just as Dr. Schweitzer predicted.) I hope you and Rachel will make another restaurant video soon.

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