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November 22, 2011


Jeanne Damoff

Well, now, this is lovely. Not in a sappy "a good time was had by all" way, but in a "sometimes life imitates art" way. Because, shouldn't art -- even "sad" art -- speak to the deep places of real life? So, I guess I'm happy that you had to deal with splinters, and I know I'm happy that I inspired you in a creative way, and I'm also wondering (happily) if there might not be a book club in our future . . .

I'll be in the market soon. And I love lemon cake.



Art can evoke a wide range or feelings and responses. At the same time, it can create community by providing a oneness of shared understanding. I can't think of anything else that's human that can do that.

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