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E-mail to sister 5.22.2004

Hi! Always good to receive such a long e-mail from you.  I see you’ve beenextremely busy as usual and I hope your taking some time to relax once in awhile.  I did hear about Grandma’s heart attack and I’m glad to hear she isdoing well.  I’m interested to see what green mugs you are talking […]

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E-mail to Dad 5.20.2004

Dad, Thank you very much for the files from the Apple you sent me.  I understoodall the technical jargon very well and was able to read my journal from highschool.  I was honestly transported back in time and to my previous way ofthinking.  All I can say is that I can never thank you enough […]

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E-mail to Mathias 5.19.2004

Hey Mathias! Correction, done!  It’s so much easier to translate between French andEnglish then to Japanese isn’t it!  It sounds like you’ve got a toughschedule with school,, good luck. As for Japanese class they split each level into two separate classes.  Oneclass is for people who want to study with a textbook.  In the other […]

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E-mail to Allison 5.19.2004

Hi Alli-san! Sorry for the late response.  They are keeping us busy in Japanese class andactually giving us work!  I don’t know where they get off making us work andstuff,, it’s almost like a university class almost.  But actually my mainsensei is Korean and she will beat me if I don’t complete assignments.Although I do […]

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E-mail to Quen 5.15.2004

Hello Quen!   I was very happy to receive your beautiful paintings!  I will get the painting  “Spring to Come” to Axel (Mar. = Axel,,,, Axel Marocco)  I love my painting very much and you are such a talented painter!  I am sending my painting to America to my parents house so they can see […]