Pale Rider (boothros) wrote in ci5_boxoftricks,
Pale Rider
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Weekly Check In Post

Hi BBer’s,
As I write to you here from the UK, we’ve just entered British Summer Time (or BST) so Hello from a wet, windy and cold little England!
Hopefully wherever you are you’re finding conditions conducive to writing and those wonderful stories are finding their feet.
As ever we love to hear how you’re doing. If you’re up and running, jogging along slow and steady, crawling along at a snails pace or sat rocking in a corner, we’d love to know as we shout you on from the sidelines.
Always here with words of encouragement, shoulders to cry on and a relaxing massage for those in need, we remain your faithful servants.
Keep going everyone,
with love, your Mod team x
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