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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2003

    Consider the Butterfly: Transforming Your Life through Meaningful Coincidence

    I was introduced to this book by photographer/painter Sandy Wells, a friend of Carol Lynn Pearson's and the woman who supplied the images to this book. I spent some time with Sandy in San Francisco recently and I ended up walking away with more gifts than I brought. I love my portrait and my book too! Carol Lynn keep up your great writing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2003

    Consider the Butterfly: Transforming Your Life through Meaningful Coincidence

    that the photographer Sandy Wells had in Galveston. She not only gave a free case of these books out to the first 300 guests but she gave a box of her own art prints out and took the time to tell us all about some soon to be released broadway play the print was based on (the lead character). I took my book and my wonderful art home and read what her friend Carol Lynn wrote about. I was very fascinated by the science of it all, synchronicities. The book definately gives me something to think about as I ponder these chance happenings in my own day. I just want to say THANK YOU Sandy, hopefully you will remember me because I hope to see more of your things. Thank you for being so kind to my visiting guests as well. You are a class act. And the offer is still open for the original painting that print depicted, the partial nude, I still would like to buy it from you if you release it. It's very lovely. Jackie D.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2003

    very nice

    It's nice to read some Carol Lynn stuff again. I have always really enjoyed fables and poetry books. These stories are very gripping especially the ones about her family.

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