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valeria, hope you had a great easter holiday. i joined the group, too. how can i miss it?
this story of yours has touched me a lot.

A general comment about pitches in the comments:

I have contacted both Javier -- his email address bounced back -- and Tusson listed here. It is much better, and more effective to engage in a true conversation with the author of a blog than in trying to advertise a service or make a pitch to the readership in the comments. How do we continue to fail the meaning of conversation?

Joe -- I look forward to your contribution as well.

Lewis -- after so many years or PR and communications, my phone is always on. The other reason is that mom may need to reach me from Europe and she knows that an sms will get to me quicker than anything else.

Nice piece of writing, Valeria. Sorry I missed your call. I usually have my cell phone turned off after about 4 p.m. on Friday until Monday a.m. It's my push back to all the technology surrounding me. Hope you have a wonderful Easter.

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