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Old 09-11-2015, 18:32   #61
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Need a Sailboat for a Work of Fiction

I can see the Cajun Fabio doing bright work on the cover.


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Re: Need a Sailboat for a Work of Fiction

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Ha! As helpful as these threads and all of the contributing posters are, Friday might me a tad unrealistic...but I do appreciate your vote of confidence (or is that just unbridled enthusiasm?)!
A little of both I think...
Oh.... And my therapist told me to direct my impatience at non-critical events...

(one or all of the above may not be true)...


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A little of both I think...
Oh.... And my therapist told me to direct my impatience at non-critical events...

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I can see the Cajun Fabio doing bright work on the cover.
At least when it comes time to pick out the cover, I have the feeling I won't lack for suggestions! Ha!
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