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July 22, 2006

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I too am married to an Oregonian (native) who can't handle the heat. Weenie! :-) She and our daughter escaped to the coast for a respite from the 3-digit temperatures. I went for a 3 mile hike at PeeVee Arboritum (sp?) in the heat. Then went blueberry picking. That made me appreciate the migrnat workforce (legal or illegal). There is no way in Hell I would do this day in, day out, all day long! Still, I've enjoyed my cheap blueberries.

Brian, I just wanted to make sure that you knew I read your blog. Stay cool!

Blessings upon you for your blog devotion, Eric. Know that those who read my blogs are rewarded by the Great Blogness.

I am not allowed to reveal the exact nature of those dispensations, but have faith that whatever good, true, and beautiful comes to you throughout the day, this is the result of reading my blogs.

Yours in egoless humility, Brian

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