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Marilynbgardner49 01:28, 5 November 2015 (UTC)

I think this is the 7th or 8th time I've tries to finish my note to you. Session failures have plagued my efforts to communicate with you. I hope, this time, it finally works.

I am Sister Linnea Capps. You can reach me on Yammer, my Talk Page, or even my personal email, Or, we can exchange notes on your talk page. However we do it, I would like to talk with you, at the very least about the Jewish Genealogy page.

Sincerely, Sister Linnea Capps


I have spent most of the night trying to get a coherent note to you. I restored the Jewish Genealogy page you blanked. My original note was eliminated by my trying to add information to it - I saved the note when it wasn't quite completed, but editing it was repeatedly frustrated by Session Failures and loss of information. I want to talk with you about what led to your decision to blank the page in the first place.

Now, the end of my note was saved on your talk page, but the first part is missing, as is part of Marilyn Gardner's note to you. The Wiki is not usually like this. But lately, it's been hard to get work done in it.

Trying again. . .