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August 07, 2007

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Susie

AAAUURRGGHHH! That is so freakin' frustrating. So sorry.

This post has one of the best titles I've read in quite some time. You rock.

Wendy

So what you're telling me here is the gray battleship is lost?

gilly

My favorite line from 'Twister': Meg, your car is in a tree around the corner.
Jenne, have you looked there? Eugene and Dan could be up to something.

gilly
HOLLIE!

My own personal luggage experience is all too fresh--my blood pressure rises just reading all this.
How about when Delta told Rob on Sunday morning that they have 12 hours to deliver our luggage. Really?!?!? It would seem to me they have a lifetime to deliver it...what are they going to do to themselves if they don't get it to us in 12 hours or less? And, more importantly, what exactly could I do? Oh, that's right...NOTHING! Continue to sit around waiting for everything I own to be delivered. 12 hours, my ass.
Sooo frustrating, my friend. I know.
Though I'm confident they'll find yours...again and return it...eventually. Grrrrrr.

Wendy

So incredibly aggravating. Bummer!

natalie

I'm not sure how I arrived at your blog, but I'm glad I did. Your speeches at opening/closing in Boston were very moving and wonderful. It was my first walk, and it was truly memorable. Thank you for being a wonderful part of it.

Sarah G

Jenne - I walked Boston for my 1st 3DAY this year and LOVED IT. You and your crew rock and I'm so hooked, I'm considering working for 3DAY if I can! I loved your post - wow, "I begin to lose my shizzle" sounds like a line I just might have to steal! Did you EVER get your bag? Sarah G.

Judy

Amazing. Chicago opening - perfect balance of emotion and "charging the troups" - perfect. Nightly - great moderating and connecting. Closing: Jenne you held it all together - emotionally connecting yet maintaining enough control to persevere and close - so beautifully. I'm so proud of you. I would have hired you too! :) Thanks for salting our off-times "blandish" world with your "seasoning". We need you. Love, Judy

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