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A visit with the O.C.G.A.
Ms. April Ramey Fuller Sasser

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I am wide awake anxiously awaiting sunrise where I may go live via Facebook Live to discuss my up can coming Southern memoir and penned love letter to my children. I have a visit with the O.C.G.A. today so given all goes well I will be back to blogging tomorrow evening and if not then I will be back just as soon as I possibly can. The O.C.G.A. is the most important thing on my mind right now. I am considering giving up my Facebook account to only blog here at The Covington News and to work on penning my memoir. Decisions to be made this week. The motto of The Covington News being "The Story of Your Life." 


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