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July 28, 2014

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Jennifer

No disrespect but there are 2 typos in the examples above:

"We have to have least two people on the floor on Fridays." [missing 'at]

and:

"Of course, you are welcome to using the uncovered parking lot for the sale." [should be 'use' not 'using']

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Hi, Jennifer. Thanks so much for pointing out the errors. I have corrected them.

I published the blog post just before racing out to meet friends visiting from out of town. I know better than to just run my grammar and spelling checker and read through a piece twice. But that's what I did under time pressure.

Again, thank you. I appreciate the chance to correct the errors.

Lynn

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