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How’s everybody doing?  Not so good here, as you can probably tell by the blue pencil.  In seg. Again.  Nothing all that serious.  I don’t even have a write up, but they seem to want to keep me forever.  The did have a sweat lodge today, but I’m stuck in seg.  The commissioner denied my grievance like I knew he would.  I did write to the Spider Moon Lodge, right here in Windham.  Well, they wrote back and four or five of them want to come in to facilitate our groups.  I talked to Jim Howard and he gave me his e-mail address to send them.  One guy is a pipe carrier and two of them conduct sweat lodge ceremonies.  Anything will help our situation in here.  If we have volunteers, then they cannot deny us meeting time.

Be well, everyone, and stay out of trouble.


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