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October 12, 2009


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can't wait for my copy - supposed to arrive this week! ah my dear friends craving, grasping, & passion have spent an lovely Thanksgiving weekend with me... :-)

Barry Briggs

Ah, yes, I hosted those same friends over the weekend - and it wasn't even Thanksgiving here in the U.S! They get around...



and i see you tweeted on me! thanks! i'm a twit about tweeting and prefer to remain so... :-)



Barry Briggs

I only tweet when there's a juicy worm!

jill i

Thanks Barry for letting us know about this, I appreciate your focus on Zen women.

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