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September 28, 2008


Fran aka Redondowriter

How exquisite to see those deer in your yard, Ann, and to hear you speak so lovingly of them. Do the dogs bark when they see the deer? I see them at my son's home in Washington, too, but I know they can be very destructive as well. My 2 1/2 year old grandson Zach likes to tell me about deer poop--and then he cracks up.

And you worked very hard to get your garden whipped into shape. I know how much you enjoy growing things. Your garden in New York was delightful to see, too.

Your life sounds very full and rich to me, Ann; you have made the transition from bustling city life to your peaceful Cumberland Plateau. I belong to a book group, too. I enjoy that very much. I can't remember if you are on Good Reads. That reminds me; I need to record the last several books I've read.

Thinking of you.

Britt-Arnhild in Norway

How nice to get this glimpse into your autumn daily life Ann.

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