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January 03, 2011


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Chong Go Sunim

Sounds like you've been busy!

I end up feeling the same way about comments on my posts as well. I usually just don't have much more to add.

Willie R.

Well..as Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford was wont to say: nothing is certain except death and yesterday!

Lest we take ourselves too seriously. Happy New Year


Like the design changes, like the line drawing, look forward to the ebooks... but those are just my preferences! :-)

keep on herdin'



Hooray, hooray! More change! (my NY resolution: greet everything with a Hooray!)

Line drawings a so fun. It will be nice to have your unique style (was always lukewarm on the cartoons).

Mu'ving right along!

jill i

Change is good (well, change is change). Got me thinking about my blog as well...
Looking foward to another year of you muddling along and blogging about Zen!

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Sounds great, I'll be looking forward to your drawings!

the header looks great!

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