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Dee Dee

Another blog from you, Liz just filled with helpful information. While I may not have had a clear idea of why it is structured the way it is I can attest to its effectiveness. I have kept in mind what listeners have appreciated and tried to incorporate that when crafting new stories and when I am not sure about a piece of the story I will keep drilling down until I know where exactly I need help.

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