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The End to ‘A China Escape’: Lilly’s Notes

Lillian (Lilly) stayed in contact with Echo and Emmy, albeit through the internet. So far, they have taught her some of the Chinese alphabet and much about Star Trek. Lilly considers them two of her close friends.

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BARK BOX by The Virtuous Girls

Please help my friends reach their DELICIOUS from-the-inside-out goal by Christmas! 🙂

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chapter twentyfive: oldy schmoldy!

A weekend later, Lilly and Mrs. Hill gathered with Adria and her show-runner mother, Mrs. Ava Sinise, at their favorite brunch shop, Cafe21, in sunny San Diego. They ordered their food and never stopped chatting once it was served.

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First Month Kaput

Hey guys! One of my resolutions was to spend less time at the beach and more time on this blog posting. So, this is a quote I think serves as a perfect farewell to January: It lasted forever / And … Continue reading

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A Maximus Post

Bonjour Amours, (In case you’re wondering, I’m learning French now as it is considered a ‘romance’ language.) Lilly is being superkind to rent me this space on her blog (currently, the fee is my monthly accompaniment with her to the trampoline park…. I … Continue reading

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chapter four: guess one, please

The Adventures of Lilly Book Two – A China Escape With these words ringing in her ears, Lilly walked to her bedroom and pulled out her pink, tan and black suitcase from beneath her bed. It was a little beat … Continue reading

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chapter three: go forth and pack early

The Adventures of Lilly Book Two – A China Escape Later that evening, Lilly brought two cups of spicy chai tea down to her father’s home office nestled between the dining room and the master bedroom. She tapped on the … Continue reading

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