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<Hello....hello?...Where'd everybody go?>
Neil - I suspect most of us are still here ;-)  It continues to amaze me that all the gorgeous and intricate blossoms on earth's flora are simply to attract 'reproductive vectors' - like bugs and humans!  Guess Mother Nature didn't want to take any chances.

<Isn't it amazing that the eye sees what the mind expects--instead of 
what is
actually there>
That's probably the biggest problem a writer has when proofing her (his) own work ;-( - she sees what is supposed to be there rather than what she actually wrote.  Very frustrating, but normal.
Linda B.
Troy, MI
Region 6, Zone 6a

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