Sunday, November 06, 2011

A change at

Gday, Blogmanac reader. I intend to place this introductory matter beneath the animated masthead above, on each page of the Almanac, because many readers arrive for their first time and don't know their way around. I'm aware that it might be a nuisance to some, but feel free to use, or ignore, any links, and scroll down to other matters if you wish.
I haven't forgotten that some replies are to be made to comments on the Blogmanac. Honestly, I've barely had time to scratch myself if it itches. I intend do them very soon. 
Thank you, as always. And I'm sorry the text here is slightly askew. I tried a lot, but I can't fix it. It's OK beginning November 5 at the Almy, I believe. Love, Pip
Big deal.
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Pip Wilson
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