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Offline Mor Ephrem

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NYT - A Reassessment, 24 Years in the Making
« on: June 28, 2016, 10:01:22 PM »
Marilyn Snell craved time to herself in the summer of 2012 so that she could take stock of the emotional losses enveloping her life in San Francisco.

She found that time on the Greek island of Kythira, at a friend’s early-19th-century home. There, she stayed in a room that was once a bakery, white-walled with a curved ceiling and a fireplace that had served as the bakery oven.


“I was in a moment where I needed to survive, and figure things out,” said Ms. Snell, now 57 and a freelance environmental journalist.
Mor Ephrem is a nice guy.  Just say sorry and it will all be ok. Say I had things that were inside troubling me but I didn't know how to express appropriately. I will not behave that way again but I am seeking help.

thank you so much Mor ephrem you are a hero!

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Re: NYT - A Reassessment, 24 Years in the Making
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2016, 10:04:02 PM »
is the room at the Greek Bakery open?
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