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Friday, April 24, 2015
The Writer is Sick
Got a post, a little over half done, and it could have totally been up by noonish today, but I need to crawl back into bed with some cough syrup and get my rest.
I'll rearrange the usual posting schedule to get this one up next week on a day that's usually more fluffy.
Seeing as I have NO idea what I'm in for here, this might be a very light weekend.
April 24, 2015
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