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2 Comments

  1. 6th May 2015 / 11:53 am

    Couldn’t figure out how to leave a post on your page for Five on Friday – what am I doing wrong? Read your blog with interest. Judy.

    • Catherine
      6th May 2015 / 1:21 pm

      Oh, well that is odd. I’m not sure why you couldn’t leave a comment on the post. I don’t know if anybody else has had similar problems. Did you scroll down to the very bottom of the post after all the other comments – that’s where the comment box is situated with the theme I’m using. I’m sorry that you were unable to comment ont he post – it’s very nice to know that you read the blog!

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