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Last night I made up my mind I needed a Tumblr account. I really, really tried to conquer its many offerings. Then I realized that I’d filled up the last remaining space in the technology compartment in my brain.*

If I put anything more in, something else will fall out the back, e.g., how to use my Nespresso machine. One must have her priorities straight.

*If I had any left I’d use it to figure out how to make this blog look a less like a high school essay.

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  1. Don’t feel bad, I spent at least five minutes trying to figure out how to leave a comment here…. until I realized I merely had to scroll down on my screen. I miss the days when one strolled vs scrolled!

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