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June 7, 2010 at 10:12 AM

Monday, Monday, so bad to me

Don’t you just hate it when you eat an absolutely delicious dinner and next thing you know it’s the wee hours and you’re clutching your stomach and saying, “Uh-oh!” That was me early this morning and I have no one to blame but myself: I ate at home. So I plan to spend the day laying low, knocking back tea and saltines (or any other recipe for revival you might suggest).

Which is too bad for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is I was planning on telling you all about Jackie Robert’s Festa per la Salute! — a “party for health” (I’ll drink to that) and upcoming fundraiser for Multiple Sclerosis to be held at The Pink Door in Pike Place Market Sunday evening, June 27. Jackie and I had a long chat late last week, and I’ll tell you more about what’s up when I’m up.

However, I did arise long enough to look at today’s Seattle Times, where I read my pal Marc Ramirez’s story about Seattle’s urban farms. Go make yourself a cup of tea and you can read it right here. We’ll talk soon, OK?

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