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  • Jeffrey Penn May: Where the River Splits (*****)
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  • Leo Buscaglia, Ph.D.: The Fall of Freddie the Leaf-A Story of Life for All Ages (*****)
  • Richard Bach: Illusions-The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah (*****)
  • Thad Carhart: The Piano Shop on the Left Bank-Discovering a Forgotten Passion in a Paris Atelier (*****)
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September 17, 2020

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Laury Bourgeois

Hi Lynn-so nice to hear from you here-and, unusual! I hadn't heard that Hebrew chant, but it does certainly sound like it fits. I'm guessing that the pronunciation would be very pretty! All is well here. I'm very grateful to be here and to have been able to get here when I did. Hope you and Bill are doing well-Love, Laury

Lynn Pearlmutter

Laura, are you familiar with the
Hebrew chant from the Passover Seder”dayanu”?
It translates , it would suffice. I could imagine a version of that chant about your
Life on the Lot and with the chatette.

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