Linda G. Hatton
Interpreting signs in the storefront of life.
Ink Tracks Editing
Mouse Tales Press
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Thursday, January 24, 2013
Photo by Kasiakay
The longer he
is gone, the clearer
I can see him.
Linda G. Hatton
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