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    Kristin VanTilburg
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    Okay, friends. In case you haven’t heard, 16 inches of snow fell in the Sahara Desert on Sunday. Meaning no disrespect to the folks who live there, it sounds suspiciously close to the idea of “hell freezing over”. If that’s the case, anything, and I mean ANYTHING can happen this year.

    So take a stand for an impossible goal with me, and open to receive miracles…like snow in the Sahara Desert! If you want to see for yourself, google it. I was going to provide a link to a video, but there was so much advertising on the page that it didn’t seem like the right thing to do, and of course, the photos are all copyrighted. But you can see for yourself. It really did happen.

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    Bruce Hoag
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    Here’s a link to the story: Snow falls in the Sahara desert for third time in 40 years

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    Steve Allen
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    Kristen,
    Great job on being able to see a ‘hook’ in everyday news and creating a headline (subject line) that uses curiousity. We all know that curiosity is a huge human incentive but few use it effectively. You’ve done an outstanding job in using it here…and then in transitioning it into something you want to say to your ‘market’. Well done!
    Steve

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