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February 02, 2012



That was fun. Thank you. I love the way you introduce us to people and ideas we likely wouldn't have found on our own. The surprise of it is sometimes such a delight.....


Love that post!
It is good to be reminded that the important thing is to change ourselves.


Thank you thank you. It's serendipitous that your posts frequently speak to something I'm confronting. In this case, it's changes in my life over which I have no control. Ah, but I can change myself . . .

mistah charley, ph.d.

Groundhog Day is one of my very favorite movies. In fact, after we got married in 1996, missus charley and I stayed overnight in Punxatawney on our way from Baltimore to Niagara Falls (although the movie was actually filmed in Illinois).

One correction - while "It Ain't Me, Babe" is an excellent song, the Sonny and Cher tune that Phil hears again and again and again is "I Got You, Babe" - and then, at the end, he and Rita do finally have each other.

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