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  1. madge
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    Get a toaster. Please.

  2. madge
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    Get a toaster. Or a toaster oven. Bread was not meant to be microwaved. Yuk.

  3. Susan
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    Post it!!!!

  4. Tara Miller
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    Congratulations! Next time I’m in Chicago or you’re in the ATL, let’s do lunch and talk Netflix.

  5. Chelsea Hard
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    You should post it! I’d love to read it!

  6. Donna
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    Please DO post the whole project! We wanna see!

  7. Claire
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    Congratulations on finishing your project. You should buy a toaster to celebrate.

  8. Margaret Barrett
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    I enjoy your posts .. you write so well and are so honest in sharing. You do need to get a toaster oven though and try a sandwich made with Trader Joes sprouted rye bread … toasted of course. I hope you post the whole project!

  9. Bonnie
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    Congratulations! So happy for you!

  10. Melody A.
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    congratulations on getting your project done! Of course , I knew you would. Post it, so we can read it !!! your biggest fan club!! love the lunch idea, sometimes a much better plan than dinner. take care from Iowa

  11. Judy Forkner
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    Good job! Glad to hear your good news. You need to get a toaster–you deserve a better start to your morning!

  12. Jody
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    I’m a lunch person too. Eat a light breakfast but love a nice lunch. If it’s a big enough lunch I really don’t want a normal supper much to the dismay of my husband! 🙂

  13. Ann Kelly
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    I’d love to read your project … please post!

  14. Barbara
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    So happy for you Mary, congratulations on your project, can’t wait to read it. By the way, If I have lunch, I don’t have dinner, except for maybe some toast or a bowl of cheerios.

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