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  1. I just checked my PO box for the first time in a while and so your postcard… it really made my week (it’s 10 week…) I am so glad to hear from you, especially in such a special way 🙂 ! I hope you are having the time of your life (it surely looks and sounds like it), and I can’t believe you’re about to start a whole other adventure in Europe now. I am so jealous. I’ve got a new phone a month ago, so I can’t get your snapchats or messages through there. But I’d love to catch up sometime and tell you about some of my plans for life after Lawrence, and hear about all your travels and when you’re planning on coming back. I miss you Corinne!
    Best of luck, greetings from your friend still stuck in the cold.
    ~Nico

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  2. I just checked my PO box for the first time in a while and so your postcard… it really made my week!! (it’s tenth week…) I am so glad to hear from you, especially in such a special way 🙂 ! I hope you are having the time of your life (it surely looks and sounds like it), and I can’t believe you’re about to start a whole other adventure in Europe now. I am so jealous. I’ve got a new phone (lost mine like a month ago) so I haven’t been good keeping up with pretty much anyone… but I hope we can catch up soon, so I can tell you about my plans after Lawrence, and hear more about your amazing travels and your plans for coming back. I miss you Corinne!
    Greetings from your friend still stuck in the cold.
    ~Nico

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  3. Hi Corinne! Thank you so much for the lovely postcard! It was wonderful to find it in the mailbox after a long day. I always look forward to seeing new Shared Plate postings in my inbox–they always make me smile! 🙂 I know you are sad to leave Pom & U, and I do hope you are able return to their farm one day. Eastern Europe will truly be a gigantic shift for you after five months in Asia, in nearly every way possible; as you said in your postcard, “from rice to bread.” During my travels through Russia & Eastern Europe, as well as living in Zagreb many moons ago, I found most everyone incredibly gracious. I hope you do, too.
    Love & hugs,
    Lisa

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