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Shells of St. Augustine

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Which came in handy when my computer was infected with a virus a few weeks back. I'm telling you, Dropbox saved lives that week.

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PS: We went to St. Augustine, Florida this week for a little R & R. FYI, there's a lot of shells on the beach there. A whole, whole lot of shells. The pretty shells get crushed up and twirled in with the sand and then affix themselves to your skin and all your belongings. Tons of crunched up shells followed us home. Go away, shells .... go away.

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