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My dermatologist will not be happy when she sees all the exposure my skin has had lately. The sun was so bright this morning I'm afraid I may have started a couple more basal skin carcinomas. I will have to wear all SPF clothing from now on. This means a long-sleeved shirt, long pants. Pretty soon I will look like a potato sack with a purple pompom on top.
Today I noticed that the BANKRUPTCY/BANCARROTA sign was back. When I first started picketing, there was one of those signs in the same place. I left town for a few days and when I got back Tuesday the sign was gone.
BANKRUPTCY sign did not appear Wednesday or Thursday. Then suddenly you got tagged again today, Friday. But so did the Doubletree Inn across the street. I think it looks tacky so that's why I even mention it.
Fortunately tomorrow is Saturday. I will take off Sunday as well. The new addition looks better every day. Your new drought-resistant plantings add beauty and color to the berm. I love the crepe myrtle trees. They are one of my favorites.
Have a great weekend,
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