"Pro Deus Ego Sum Semper Fidelis"
Thanks Jeff! I returned the favour!
The improvement made to my blog by your addition to it far outweighs the improvement made to your blog by mine.(Now here's an interestingly serendipitous writing lesson. I rewrote that sentence three or four times because each time I read it I thought you might be able to think it was a snarky, self serving comeback instead of the compliment it was intended as. The first version: 'The improvement is to my benefit.' could be interpreted to mean that I am the more important one of us but that is in fact the exact opposite of the intended meaning. Each time I extended the verbiage to make it more clear I figured it could still be misinterpreted.One more instance where tone of voice and inflection and such do not come across in print.)
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