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Diana Diehl
Chronotronic confabulator & rational eupraxist
Chronotronic confabulator & rational eupraxist
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Don't wait! Tell someone you love them today. Brother, aunt, son, grandfather, they all need to hear.

Tomo the Owl is Misho's best friend. Sign up for book release, discounts and more at www.misho-of-the-mountain.com Please? We'll love you for it!
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Your Tree of the Day: the Giant Sequoia. Or is that a real giant.

Tall Tree is a character in "Misho of the Mountain" with a lot to say about standing tall. Sign up for release dates, discounts, and more at www.MishoOfTheMountain.com
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10/21/16
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A smile unbidden stole across my face. I felt the muscles tug and pull and crinkles form like little sun rays beaming from my eyes. It was only then I realized I'd been frowning. Thank you Quietmusic for taking me far enough inside myself to return to the outside world renewed.
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cconnor@uillinois.edu, +Will Mendoza 

Not necessarily in the right order.  The numbers in the captions should be correct.
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AP Mosaic: "Marine Layer" from sketch to ready-to-install
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Azalea Park Mosaic project #1: "Marine Layer"  25.5 x 34 inches to be applied to side of concrete trash can.  From initial concept to ready-to-install.  It just needs to be cut into sections to be installed with thin set and later grouted.
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What is with Google+ these days?  Are people selling lists of members?  And why?  The last couple of weeks, I have been swamped with people adding me to circles.  Many of them show American flags, military uniforms, etc., or are from many countries--mostly middle-aged males.  They have very little in their profiles to identify them as real people and not stalkers.  

Love the followers, especially with my book coming out in January.  But I suspect there is not real connection here--just some kind of phishing network.  Real followers will understand my confusion.  And maybe they'll even buy my book for their nieces, nephews, and grandchildren!  Gosh, that would be nice.
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