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November 18, 2012


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Amanda Socci

Darling. Thank you, Kiril, for citing me as your source of inspiration for renewring your story about grandma Leona (and for citing my url, as well).

The story you recounted was rich in facts and history, as always. So sorry for your loss, but I am delighted you are reliving warm and positive memories.

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