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November 20, 2011

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Love your launch into the week Bruce! I hear you on feeling not yet part of a past, feeling emergent rather than established--while also being articulated as part of a previous. I'm also sensing a responsibility to reach out wave in walk with those vulnerably new. Love what you're saying about generations and about vectors of influence. Exciting also to hear the news ahead for Coconut! In short, I'm looking forward to following your posts this week.

Oh boy! This is going to be a great week! I love the two poems Bruce. Thanks for the great start and welcome.
Stacey

Thanks Heidi and Stacey! I hope I've lived up to these high expectations! :)
Bruce

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