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Re: Marge?

I know the feeling well, Marge.  I'm just glad you're OK. I often say it's 
far better to have
too much to do than not enough - though that's one thing (not enough to do) 
that I 
have not had much experience with.  Just check in from time to time and say 
Hi so
we'll know you're all right.
In a message dated 11/07/2004 11:23:31 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
mtalt@hort.net writes:
Bless your heart, Auralie....I'm OK; just running full tilt.  About
all I can do is delete SPAM and skim posts these days with the odd
post here and there during an email 'break'.  Hopefully, things will
sort themselves out soon and I can chat again.

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