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October 02, 2009

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Julie P.

That's so awesome! You're famous!

Kathy

Oh my gosh, this is so exciting!! I hope you remember us little people still. The HC reps at SIBA were really singing your praises, by the way!

Book Club Girl

Thanks Julie and Kathy! And Kathy, you got to meet Eric and Michael? They are THE BEST! The SIBA show is one of my favorites and I love those boys.

Cari McGee

I love your quote because you're absolutely right. When settling down with any of the kid classics I feel like I'm about to tuck into some peanut butter on toasted white bread (my go-to comfort meal of childhood). Great job, Jennifer!

Dawn - She is Too Fond of Books

macaroni and cheese. Thanksgiving stuffing. mashed potatoes. Betsy Ray and friends.

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