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Hi Diana,

Thanks for stopping by and hope you'll have a wonderful year. I know I am a little late with the wishes but I do hope you'll have a ton of wonderful surprises.

Good afternoon, have a nice coffee and hopw is warm and nice there :)

Thank you so much for my presents, Diana! You don't know how many times I've almost bought both of them. I am looking forward to reading my gifts. ( and I love the cute bookmarks that came with them, too!). Again - thank you and I hope you had a lovely Holiday.
You're very welcome Diana. I had fun picking them out.
Happy Thingaversary, Diana! One year today!

Cheers
RMD
Team of Rivals... ? I loved that book :)
The movie Lincoln was based on that one..

Hope your weekend a good one, too!

k
Diana, thanks for finding my library interesting. I see that I'm in good company!
I see that you've found Genny in the 75 group, so I guess that you know that she lived in the Netherlands for a bit as a child.
Happy Reading!
Peggy

I see that I probably need to get a copy of the N. Hornby Shakespeare book, but I have another one (*Shakespeare's Lives*) on the way, so Mr. H. will have to wait.
OK Diana leave it with me!
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