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26 December 2011


John B.

Howdy, Pam, and a belated Merry Christmas to you and yours. I hope your southern sojourn is good to/for you.

It's funny you mention garlic. Earlier this month in Mexico City, the Mrs. and I saw the biggest heads of garlic either of us have ever seen. Pictures to come over at my blog a little later today . . .

Annie in Austin

It must be so hard to keep your equilibrium while swinging between three homes, Pam - one day with your dad in the past, other days of work in the present, and more days at your someday-again home. But somehow you do it with grace, sharing the experience in precise phrases and lovely images.

May your dad enjoy the new book and may you and your faithful companions have a good trip to Carolina.

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

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