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March 08, 2006


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As a NorCal exile myself, I feel you. Though I long ago ran out, Dr. Bronner's Peppermint All-in-One soap and its peculiar tingle provided me a similar reminder of home.

Katy at Pomelo Pleasures

Oh I would kill for some of those things. Corrientes is obviously not part of the same Argentina, geez. It took me 4 months just to find a place to buy the beans for coffee rather than the instant stuff!


brag brag brag!
I went to my gyrotonics training yesterday, and thought of you. She made me perform a "Barbie flex" with my feet!

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