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Re: My ability to communicate

From: Alan Badmington
Date: 02 Oct 2008
Time: 03:57:25 -0500
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Hi Keith, It's always a pleasure to hear from you. I'm surprised that you found time to read my paper, bearing in mind the hectic lifestyle that you now undertake, particularly within the international stuttering community.:-) Seriously, I'm most impressed with what you have achieved since 2006. You certainly have found a passion for communication and are using it to the benefit of persons who stutter in many parts of the world. When we change our mindset, the world becomes our oyster. Long may your exciting journey continue. I have thoroughly enjoyed our exchanges (in person, by telephone, and in writing) during the past two years and look forward to our next encounter. It was great that Babs and I were able to meet up with you and Eryl at the recent BSA Open Day in Cardiff, albeit that the time we spent in each other's company was rather limited (due to the various activities that were taking place). I wish you every success in the future. Kindest regards Alan

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