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September 13, 2007

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patry

Especially love your number 6!

KG

patry — You're back! :)

I've read your recent posts, and I'm so inspired to bake a pie for my muse. Thank you for this.

waspgoddess

I love this post... you are so full of inspiration. Thank you so much for these tips. And thank you also for telling me about nanowrimo. I'm going to do it!

KG

waspgoddess — You are most welcome. And I'm so glad you're doing http://www.nanowrimo.org/ — it's going to be FUN! :)

Crafty Green Poet

Great list! I like to find a cafe with a nice view to write in, while watching people and / or wildlife. I've just come back from holiday and will be writing about it soon on my blog. I didn't write much when I was there though.

KG

Crafty Green Poet — Ditto on the cafes. Some of my favorite travel destinations have had the most wonderful cafes/hang-out places.

maryam in marrakesh

I love the idea of passing the notebook around!

KG

Hi Maryam! One of the items on my list of travel places is your Peacock Pavilions in Marrakesh.

When there, I'll pass my notebook to you. :-)

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