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2006.10.05

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Gina

Oh Lisa! It's a good thing you grew up on a farm so this isn't all quite so shocking! Even so, I'm not sure how I would have handled your mealtime experiences; it sounds as though you are passing with flying colors, as usual! I must say, you are a wonderful writer. Very entertaining and easy to read, yet informative; can't wait for the book version!

andrew

Um,
That was a pretty interesting description of, well, how do you say 'meat eater' in Mongolian? Kinda grossed me out a little but I'm not the one eating it so it's cool. A friend of mine talks about eayng cow tongue, and that's pretty yuk in of itself. Anyhoo, I'm still on the hunt for that book. I even went to that bookstore in St.Paul where you and I went for that poetry reading, remember that?

andrew

Um,
That was a pretty interesting description of, well, how do you say 'meat eater' in Mongolian? Kinda grossed me out a little but I'm not the one eating it so it's cool. A friend of mine talks about eayng cow tongue, and that's pretty yuk in of itself. Anyhoo, I'm still on the hunt for that book. I even went to that bookstore in St.Paul where you and I went for that poetry reading, remember that?

Sue Fink

Lisa, I loved the bit about hiding the fat, etc in your pants and soon the dogs will find you. That made me laugh out loud. thanks so much! I needed that after my loooonnngggg day at work. I am enjoying the blog immensely. It is a wonderful way to feel close to you!
Love,

Mom

Amy J Norsten

Wow! Lisa eating blood sausauge, liver kidney, fat.... if you'd like I could send you a few vege. things or any other else for christmas. Let me know.
Love Amy

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