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Deb it certainly great to read your blog again. Missed your humor. Take care and wishing you a speedy recovery. Love you, Steph.
Thanks so much Steph! I SO appreciate your continued support – and as a recipient of my chronic whining about my Sciatica – hopefully this was a more productive way to express it and gives you a break!! Love you!! Talk soon!
Dear Debbie….Congratulations on your newest writing about the up coming UCS SPIRIT POLE VAULT SUMMIT and the history of the fiberglass journey…especially about Herb and your dad George… they were the “SPIRIT of the VAULT”… See you in Reno !!! Coach Tim St.Lawrence
Thank you so much Tim! I’ll look forward to seeing you in Reno!
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Each of your posts are “P.R.”s. I am looking forward to the “Final Cut”as well as the journey. … how was Alan Rickman? He would make a good pole vault judge , don’t you think?
Thanks so much for reading the blog and your encouraging comments! If Alan Rickman were a pole-vault coach, everyone would hold high and plant early…or else!!
I love your writing. It’s funny, exciting, suspenseful and good hearted. You had me hooked at the first blog…….now even more. Looking forward to your further adventures! Paula
The coffee in the picture does not look fresh
We should see a golden ring of bubbles around the edge.
You must retake the shot using only “Zanzibar’s Coffee Adventure’s”
Monsoon Malabar. David
I feel privileged to be the first “male” to respond to your blog. Steve told me about it over dinner and a beer tonight after a long day at the plant. Looking forward to seeing you at the Summit this week.