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NCLM - 2 down...18 to go

As a result of much catching up to do and a Father's Day full of family fun, I have only commented on two blogs today:

* Tote bags & indy mags over at the Bitch blog
* New Yorker hostility beyond being ‘just not that into’ SATC

That leaves me with 18 comments to make up and 4 comment backs. PLUS Monday's commitment.

And there are only more 10 days to go! I can do it, I can do it! Yes, I can!! *snicker*

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