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"Ahhh, good, I thought it was me! I hope you find good stuff here... I've been getting into this site and finding lots of good conversations and resources. I started following lots of these people on twitter and find their blogs too. Hope you…"
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"of course not...i just typed it too fast!!! I hope I can fix it :("
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"Wait, did I spell your last name wrong when I invited you?"
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At 8:23pm on June 28, 2010, Morgan Kolis said…
Ahhh, good, I thought it was me! I hope you find good stuff here... I've been getting into this site and finding lots of good conversations and resources. I started following lots of these people on twitter and find their blogs too. Hope you don't mind that I shared. :) Looking forward to hearing about your TEACCH training last week. Happy first week of summer vaca!
At 9:49pm on June 27, 2010, Morgan Kolis said…
Wait, did I spell your last name wrong when I invited you?
 
 
 

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