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Posted by GwynJ on January 27, 2001 21:52:09 UTC

that i was signing 'off' and here i am again - i was merely ending those particular posts! my humble apologies for not taking the time to edit my own stuff recently. i will try to be more attentive to that endeavor. i just thought it important to add, since we'd been on the topic of embarrassment at the 360 degree turn - maybe THAT's why it's mentioned in the bible 'i will not shame you or betray your trust'. or even turn from us if/when some don't understand us.

i'm talking too much. i remind myself of a border collie, and maybe i'm becoming one like my 'twin' sister who was excited for me before we went to the uk together. 'aren't you excited?', well having never been there before i had to trust it WOULD be fun (and i have memories of it having been so AFTER the fact), but it takes going there to decide for oneself.

sounds like you're on a journey with a great destination, and i like it when people are happy. has nothing to do with anything i say or do, that doesn't amount to much probably. ok. NOW i'll be a good 'puppy' and wait for a response before barraging you with more stuff!!! and if you hesitate to answer, i'll understand. you are certainly under no obligation at ALL in my book. nobody is. BYE!!! REALLY!!! :)

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