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January 14, 2012

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Hi!

What a wonderful find!! Could I have permission to put your post in our local OCDS Newsletter in Dayton, OH and our informal OCDS President's web site (which is mainly a location for sources for OCDS communities)?

I've enjoyed reading your blog many times. Thank you for sharing!!

God bless you mightily.

In Carmel, Frances

Yes, anyone can always reprint any of my posts. There is a note under "Comments and Permissions" in the right sidebar that says, "Everything I write, and photos I take are in the public domain and do not require permission to use. Anything quoted from others (usually in blue), and photos credited to others, may require their permission for use." I did that because I do not anticipate making a profit from anything I write in this blog, so there is no reason to protect it from reprinting. Thus, there is no need to ask permission. May God bless your OCDS community!

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