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Leaving well enough alone…

who doesn't love the spirograph?

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  1. Jolly #

    True story. I have a spirograph I had hidden from my children. My oldest is nearly 14. In my defense, I have had it since college and didn’t want the pieces lost or broken. It was mine. Well, they found it during a recent move and now, I have no idea what they’ve done with it. They were so upset that I’d kept it from them “all these years.” I need a new personal, private spirograph.

    Sprigraph fits the poem perfectly. Love it.

    August 4, 2011
    • Thanks Jolly! Love that you hid your own personal spirograph and I hope you find it (and all its parts soon!) We’ve lost about half the circles–so I’ll probably be joining you on the spirograph hunt.

      August 8, 2011
  2. Hey Laurel,
    Love it, I’m thinking about using it for a lecture on the doctrine of the Trinity. Would you mind?
    Dan

    August 4, 2011
    • Use! Share! Footnote! Enjoy! 🙂

      August 8, 2011

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