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20 November 2007

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julia fc

Takes one to know one.

anne

you got it!

elisa

The first time I met Cate, she insisted that Kell and I crash at her house and gave us her room, regardless of how much we protested. She's the BEST kind of people.

And you are, too.

xo

Heidi

::nodding head in agreement:: Amen! She's a gem and I'm so glad I got the chance to meet her in person!

Dr. Steph

I missed her at Rhinebeck, I'm still sad about that. She's great. You're great too.

Danielle

Been there, done that already. She's good people.

mamacate

Oh my gosh. Thank you sweetie. I couldn't wish for a kinder tribute, or a better birthday present.

XOXOXO. Thanks.

Jessica

Will do. She was the first person to teach me how to spin!

Sharon

Done. I like reading her blog anyway but it's been a while since I was there. Thanks! Hope you are doing ok yourself!

Manise

Oh I'm so going over there! Thanks!

lanea

Done and dusted.

Lee Ann

I deeply love to blame Cate for the good things in my life :-)

Carole

Thank you for the heads up.

Mel

I didn't wait for a request. I love me some Cate.

PICAdrienne

Well, I posted, at your request. I hope her server is well and truly crashed by the end of the day. :)

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