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Comment by Shirley Bovshow on June 28, 2012 at 10:55am

Hi Elaine,

I just noticed that the link is broken to your blog.

Would you mind writing a few words about your blog and then include a link to it instead of just posting the link to it!

Thanks. We want to know about your blog before visiting.

Shirey

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