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IMG_3291If my writing partner could talk she would be able to tell you almost everything about me because unless she’s asleep she has me under constant surveillance. Not that everything she would say would be complimentary. I know she thinks I should put all food scraps into her dish instead of into the food caddy recycle bin, and she would also tell you that two small meals a day are not nearly enough...

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