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JBL73

Great newsletter. Added it to my reading list!

Ilene

Thank you very much Brandie, we really appreciate the feedback - both the pluses and minuses.

Brandie Lynn

Ilene,
Also thanks. I like the concept of synopsis with comments. It allows reflection and learning - what went as planned and what didn't and a broader view of the week that was.
BDLynn

Ilene

Thanks for the feedback TC, we'll work on getting more about the following week in the newsletter. - Ilene

TC

Thanks for the newsletters. But, for me it was like reading a history book since I have seen all this info daily from Philip Davis. If you could do a newsletter that was about the next week instead of the past week I would find it more useful.

Thanks,
TC

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