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Bill Cushman
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When he proposed marriage to poet Elizabeth Barret, poet Robert Browing picked a book at random from a library and asked the book to predict the future of their love.

The book turned out to be an Italian grammar text, not particularly promising.

Browning opened the book without looking and chanced upon a sentence used as a translation exercise: "If we love in the other world as we do in this" the sentence read, "I shall love thee to eternity."

Not only did his wife love him, she wrote her immortal poems Sonnets from the Portugese for him.

The Witches' Almanac couldn't have done any better! Happy Holidays and New Year everyone!
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That made my day! Thanks...
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Lovely Bill, Happy Holidays!!!
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Bill that was a perfect post for a perfect holiday. To You and Yours from Me and Mine...Happy Holidays.

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What a lovely quote. Bravo and thank you.

Have a marvelous Christmas.

Gerry Hennessey
"Every discipline effects every other discipline. You can't straighten out the corporation if your closet is a mess" Jim Rohn
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