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December 10, 2012

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Jean Moroney

Hi, Lynn,

Clever and clarifying! You hit the spot...um er you made a great point!

Thanks!

Yours,
Jean

Bas

Dear Lynn,

As a Dutch guy I prefer you challenge me with words like "spot", it will only improve my understanding of the English language.

I love your blog by the way. I have actually made some of your blogs tasks in Outlook, since they captured recurring topics which I need in my daily work. This way I have them close at hand.

Cheers! (Is this a proper goodbye?)

Bas

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It is actually not so easy to be a blogger! As on one hand you want to be creative, but on the other hand you need to be understood by everybody, so that's why you should always try to find the balance & attract more and more readers to your blog.

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Hi, Jean. Thanks for dropping by and showing how easy it is to restate a figurative expression.

Lynn

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Hi, Bas. Thank you for your thoughtful comment. I will think of you as I create blog posts.

Yes, "Cheers" is a fine closing.

Lynn

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