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I See You Everywhere by Julia Glass

I See You Everywhere is the story of two sisters, Clem and Lousia.  Clem is slightly more adventurous than Louisa, but Louisa has more refined tastes.  It’s a collection of random events starting with the death of an aunt and

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A single rose can be my garden. . .

Leo Buscalia was a happy loud mouth that liked to state the bleeding obvious and make it sound like a blinding revelation. He was fun to listen to, his books can’t touch the power of his speaking. I only saw

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