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December 14, 2007


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This is so cool, quirky, and inspirational!


Hi Tori — Of course you like it, you wordy person! Hope your new job is going well. :)


Lol, do they make one with scraps of yellow legal paper?



mousewords — LOL! THAT I'd like to see. And thanks for your first comment here. :)

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