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Hello, Everyone.

Okay, I was going to write the following out in pig latin, but you'll just have to hear it in your head, instead.

WYFP  is our community's Saturday evening gathering to talk about our problems, empathize with one another, and share advice, pootie pictures, favorite adult beverages, and anything else that we think might help. Everyone and all sorts of troubles are welcome. May we find peace and healing here. Won't you please share the joy of WYFP by recommending?
And... Onward!

All right, I haven't begged or pleaded in months, so that's the week it's going to be.  We're in need of diarists.  Normally, someone spends an evening every couple of months or so brow-beating and generally being a whiny, guilt-flinging jerk about how lazy everyone is, but where's the fun in that?  Besides, your not.  Lazy, that is.  I'm fairly certain that you just need some offerings.  So, I went through the image library and found you some things

Here are some flowers for you.
Maybe some noodles.
And here's a nice map.
Look!  Jeff Merkley in a hardhat!  Who can resist Jeff Merkley in a hardhat?.
Curran Homestead Maple Festival participant---Orrington, Maine
A person tapping a maple tree, perhaps?
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican from Kentucky, listens to a question during a news conference after the weekly Republican Policy Committee meeting in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013. President Barack Obama sought to
And a turtle.
And how could I not put in a cat pic?  Someone must be just swooning to write a diary looking at that cat!
Here's what's gonna happen if no one volunteers.
Step right up folks!  The floor's open and the calendar awaits...
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