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I hope the shifting and uncertainty in your life has still. I hope the edge has worn off the change, and you have found your footing. I hope you sneak in here and search for your name and find this.

Spreads out a blanket between two redwood trees on the purple clover patch. Invites you to sit in the warm sunshine.

sigh. Love how the redwoods just dismisses time and you can linger here free from the pressures of life.

GoT III is starting soon. I think of you ever time I see the trailer...and how envious I am you get to watch it first hand. I will miss discussing it with you. I have caught up with GRRM and I am impatiently awaiting him to publish the next book.

I am tinkering with beginning work on the sequel to When Mom Hurts , It will be called Long Sleeves. Then I realized that, hell's bells! I never actually finished When mom hurts. It went to print in its final rough draft form. I never intended the illustrations to be the final ones, I tossed those in there when I did the mock up. So I might polish that up before starting the sequel.

Hug all your grand babies from Auntie Pasta, and pet your son's cats too. Save some hugs for yourself.

Miss you.

Totally jealous you will soon again have the GoT crew in your life to whisk you away to that delicious place.

Peace be the journey
I'm not really a psychopath, I just play one on the internet.

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