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December 14, 2009

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Nancy Lepri

Thanks so much for sharing, Todd. Now I have to ride down the main street of Benson and check out all the decorations. And, I have to add that my family is like yours, opening gifts one at a time. Isn't it wonderful to see what everyone has received and lengthen the enjoyment of getting gifts? I hope you're in NC this year too and if you find yourself alone on your ride through Eastern Raleigh, give me a call as I'd love to join you!

Merry Christmas to you and your family and I'm axiously awaiting your next book. Warm regards, Nancy Lepri

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