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Wednesday, August 25, 2010


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Jen Sommerness

Hello Suvir (and Charlie), from Jen in Minnesota (Zoe's friend).
This is a wonderful post! I enjoyed reading it for so many reasons, and appreciate the sentiment as far as it pertains to food immensely.

I think "Welcome Spoken Here" is a wonderful phrase - and would LOVE to use it to describe inclusive educational practices in my work. I wanted to post here and ask if Pat and Albert would mind me using it in such a way? Thank you, in advance! Jen

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