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Sea Shell in the Alley: 4/26/04

I had planned to do an entry on blogging and journal writing having just finished the second book in the Georgia Nicolson series but my lunch break changed those plans. On my way to the delicatessen for one of those rare days where I could be away from my desk at lunch, I saw a strange pink object in the parking lot. At first I thought it was a crumpled orchid or perhaps a paper flower. When I got closer, I realized it was a sea shell.

How does a tropical sea shell find its way to an alley way in San Carlos? My guess is that it fell out of one of the catering trucks. The company below where I work is a restaurant supply wholesaler Perhaps they sell sea shells? I wish this sea shell had a tracking number on it like the Book Crossing books I read, trade and release.

And Book Crossing brings me back to blogs. Another member there posted a request for other members to post their blog URLs. She was mostly looking for live journal blogs, I think, but I posted the URL to this site. Here are some of the other responses:

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