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Re: referralDear Sarah, I am sorry that you are sick. I sure wish that I could step in, put you to bed and take over with the kids for a while. Wish I could help you sweet girl. Yes I received about 50 e mails from your blog. What was your intention? I was back at school today and it was fun. MOnday we are going to the Flynn and today we had a wonderful companion workshop put on by Flynn educators.  It's sugaring time in Vermont and the sap is running like crazy. Town Meeting day has come and gone. Our school budget passed by 12 votes. Love to everyone Momma
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Michelle Smith 
  To: [log in to unmask] 
  Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2010 4:42 PM
  Subject: Re: referral


  Sorry, everyone, but I can't seem to find this original message anywhere, and so can't respond directly to Elizabeth.

  I have a few contacts for you, Elizabeth, if you would like to email me directly:
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  Thanks,
  -Michelle


         
        ----- Original Message ----- 
        From: 'A. Elizabeth Smith' 
        To: 
        Sent: Wed Feb 17 10:08
        Subject: Fwd: referral
         
         
         Hello,
         
        I am a Vermonter who relocated for work to the South 18 years ago, now longing to return home. Do you know of a reputable, green-savvy architect/builder who can help with the building of a small cottage somewhere in the Great Northeast Kingdom region i.e. north of St. Johnsbury.
         
        Alternatively, do you know of any realtors who specialize in locating small, energy efficient or completely green, cottages/cabins for people in the market for a special little, artisanal or handmade gem, rather than a typically large American home?
         
        Many thanks for any suggestions or leads you can provide,
        Elizabeth Smith
         
          


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