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Scott Springman

Want me to mail some to you? Or I can have Julie throw a shovel-full in her suitcase next week.

jim Finnegan

I could also throw in some subzero weather we are going to get this weekend.


Great Headline! If that isn't a word, it should be. Remember all those mornings listening to the radio hoping, hoping your school would be called, and it wasn't. Oh, what a perfect word to describe that feeling!


It is pretty. My quest to get anticipointment as a real word is moving forward. I passed it on to at least 10 more people today. All of whom immediately fell in love with it.

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  • 6.4.10: From our garden, we're eating chard, greens, radishes, strawberries, and heaps of herbs. At the farmer's market we're buying the usual: eggs and lots of goat cheese.

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