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02 March 2012

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Love this.

Thanks much, Colleen. Your voice means a lot to me.

I really enjoyed this piece, John. So powerfully evocative and sweet at the same time!

Hi John, I am a fellow Africanist, and fellow Cincinnatian (grew up there, moved away). I found this through a nice piece you wrote on 'Images of Africa,' but wanted to correct one minor error here. The Cincinnati Gardens is still around. I don't know who uses it these days, but it is still there! I look forward to part two of your "images" post.

John

Hi, John. Happy to be corrected about Cincinnati Gardens. Memory is a funny thing. Hard to think of the old heap as still standing. Thanks for the kind words.

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