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Thanks to Facebook

Thanks to Facebook, I connected with my German high school friend, Anke and we spent four awesome days with her in Hamburg.

Thanks to Facebook, I discovered that my Swiss college friend Markus had moved from Zurich to Geneva and we got to spend three awesome days with him and his wife.

And now, Thanks to Facebook, I discovered that Susan, a college and rowing friend is going to be in Paris when we are and we are going to meet up on Saturday! And have an awesome day!

I don't care what anyone says, Facebook is amazing!

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  1. And we loved seeing you in Brooklyn, too! Ellen wrote this post, so she only included her old friends, not mine. :)


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