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For those who care:
1. My German brother-in-law reports that the Playmobil Bible inventor is getting some flack from the company for applying glue guns to their patented figures.
2. I ate the chocolate, but only after breaking it into pieces so I wouldn't have to think about eating an instrument of execution/ salvation.
And, I may recover from Holy Week. I'm not sure which wiped me out more -- the 11 miles I ran on Saturday or the five hours in heels on Sunday morning.
April 13, 2009 in Holy Week | Permalink
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