Janice Fuller
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At 10:25am on September 11, 2008, John Leslie Butchart said…
Good to have you here, Janice, and your tree, too! Les
At 3:58pm on September 11, 2008, Gary Floyd said…
Hey Janice nice to see you. Put a head on that tree and that could be me.
At 12:58am on September 12, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
Hi Janice! I wish I could have seen you this summer. I hope your writing, both poetry and drama, is going well. You have a wonderful vision that should be shared with a wide audience.
At 3:56pm on September 14, 2008, Janice Fuller said…
Thanks for the photo and comment, Gary. It's great to hear from you. Hope your autumn is going well!

Janice
At 8:18pm on September 14, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
Hi Janice,

It's good to hear from you. I'm sorry to hear about the computer issues. I'm glad you got them sorted out. I hope your fall is off to a good start.
At 12:07am on November 16, 2008, Carole Mehle said…
Hello, lovely Janice. I have been thinking of you, as I am working on a presentation about poetry forms.
At 10:56pm on December 14, 2008, Lauren Faulkenberry said…
Hey, Janice- Long time, no see. How are you these days? I miss seeing you on the mountain.
At 11:06am on December 22, 2008, Lauren Faulkenberry said…
Oh, good luck with the second act. I want to hear more about that for sure. :) I'm home for the holidays, but have moved to Tuscaloosa for an MFA in book arts. More letterpress printing and handmade books--I'm still trying to finish some writing projects, too. Hope you're enjoying VA.

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