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14 March 2011

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will definately post a link to this page on my site. I'm certain my followers will find this article really useful.

Sarah Caroll

Thanks for acknowledging this today. I do think that we are a very frivolous country; a luxury we can indulge in because of the relatively easy lifestyle we enjoy. Sometimes that frivolity is our charm, and sometimes it prevents us from recognizing that most of the world is unable to be as blithe and carefree about life as we are. I think today is a great day to acknowledge Japan, and I thank you for that lovely post.
(And by the way - I really enjoy following your blog).

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