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June 22, 2007


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Ah! I wish I had known about this before today!

This is how I used to write when I was in high school. I didn't have a computer in my room (actually, the family didn't have one until I was a senior), and I spent many nights holed up in my room writing by candles. Of course, I was also listening to Sarah Mclachlan, so I don't guess I was totally "unplugged," haha.


alicia — That's a great story. :)

The good news is that you didn't really miss it — try it tonight. See what you get. Keep us posted if you have any unplugged epiphanies.

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