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Thanks for the plug, and the many other nice comments you have made about the book.

I was reading a few chapters the other day, trying to imagine someone reading it for the first time.

I had to laugh. I am so sick of it. Wait until you finish your book, or think you are finished writing it, and then have to fiddle around with it forever and ever until you can't stand to read another sentence of it!

A year later, you'll drag it out and try to read bits of it and you might - might - like it again.


Like me, watching the dvd of a show I've been in.

I have to wait a couple of years in order to enjoy it!


Well I for one can't wait to read it!


I had to come and read your beauty tips, Lisa. "Vanity Fair" had a great article on Bette Davis, in which she claims the secret to her sucess was brown eye shadow.

Anne (Brazil)

Hey Lisa, I would like to see some of Mia's pictures... (Long time since you last posted them)


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