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Bummer… I see that Molly’s will be closed for a while, too bad, a nice place for a frosty cold beverage. Sign in the window says reopening, no more info on that yet.

Know something? Give me a call or reply to this blog OR email me, remember that blog posts will be ‘out there’ and people will be able to see them.

 

Speaking of… if you try to post a reply here and want to say its from someone else, at least spell their name right – it’s Ehntholt – no ‘D’ in there anywhere.

And judging from the brief but sophomoric nature of the response someone should be spending their study hall time studying.

 

What else?

Building is going fast on the new clothing store. Guys at the site were telling me their deadline for turning the site over it Feb. 20.

 

Is it spring yet?

And finally, a shout out to this blog’s only fan – Hello Ardyce!

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