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    « A Masala Farm Thanksgiving with the Thibeaults | Main | A Masala Farm Thanksgiving with the Thibeaults Part2 »

    Thursday, November 24, 2011

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    TNeal

    As one Tom to another, I appreciate how well you communicate. Through your writing, you put me in the driveway and at the table--two places I would have loved to do more than read about. You accomplished something every author desires, you connected with your readers. Thanksgiving dinner at your house sounded wonderful.

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