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Joan Byron

I guess that I am one of the five and I read your posts with a hunger for experiencing your travels!

Kathleen Kasdorf

Hi Juanita,
Well, I'm one of the five folks who read your blog I guess. I haven't really been keeping up with you, so I have no idea why you are in Paris for such a long time, or how you made that happen. But I'm really thrilled for you. Do you speak French? On my bucket list is living in Italy, and actually learning to speak Italian. Maybe Germany too. We'll have to retire to make it happen, and even then it will be a challenge. But that's what bucket lists are for I guess. Happy moving. I would like to see Paris again too:-)


I'm so proud of you, Cuz...keep healing and keep growing! When Andy Dufrene (Shawshank Redemption) said to "get busy living, or get busy dying," I packed up my life on the East Coast, and moved to the West Coast within a month--without a job & only $500 to my name! :-) And although I didn't end up staying in CA, those 2 years were incredible and that experience was one of the best decisions I ever made in my life.

Bonne chance...& carpe diem!!


Oh to be your roommate there! I would do that you know, move to Paris and be your roommate-lol! Vivre la vie! And I make number 3. But I love to hear or read peoples stories! Keeping posting.

Pam Bischoff

One of five!


Wait... there are six! 20% more love and support!

Christopher Patnoe

I'm #7!

Kathy in San Jose

Would you quit underestimating yourself?! You've got at least 7 readers (and I'm sure there are plenty more...), and way more courage than you think you do!

Your yarn peeps are super proud of what you've done for yourself and we can't wait to hear more of your adventures.

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