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    « Chapter Two - Home Before Midnight | Main | Chapter Four - Long Past Lights Out »

    June 16, 2006

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    Lowa

    ACK!

    This is awesome! I love hearing about places I know. Edmonton is one of my favourite cities! I lived in St. Albert (suburb) for 5 years and have cousins in Sherwood Park.

    Pysanky is awesome! That giant one is so cool too:) I grew up with Ukranian friends and they taught me to do pysanky. And oh, the perogies we enjoyed! YUM!

    I LOVE IT!!!

    HURRY WITH THE NEXT INSTALLMENT! LOL

    candace

    I LOVE this. MORE!

    CircusKelli

    Very good... very good... MORE!

    *please?

    Laura

    just damm!

    I'm leaving town till Monday. Looks like i'm going to have a lot of reading to do when I get back!

    Squirl

    I hope you put in the next installment soon. I'm not always big on love stories, but I'm really enjoying this one.

    wordgirl

    Best "how we met" story ever...except my own.

    The Kept Woman

    Much cooler than my "he wouldn't dance with me and my big perm" story of how my hubs and I met...more, please.

    MrsDoF

    Sigh.....I love the part where they leave the dance. The signal with the shoes, and the sister and the streetcar.
    And the hopeful buddies. Sigh.

    Gora_Kagaz

    wow. this is such a lovely story. and i love the way you end with a cliffhanger. can't wait for the next part!

    Gora_Kagaz

    wow. this is such a lovely story. and i love the way you end with a cliffhanger. can't wait for the next part!

    Bucky Four-Eyes

    "She can see."

    BURN!

    Squirl

    Happy Father's Day, Nils. I don't know if you celebrate it in Canada, but, if not, you really should. :)

    MrsDoF

    The current celebration in the States is Father's Day. I'm hoping the sentiments cross the border for our neighbors to the North, and that your own day has been a good one.

    Now, on to more pressing matters, such as the next installment for a sweet love story!

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