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    JGP Courchevel bloggers: Jason Brown for IN + Moore/Klaber for Ice-Dance.com

    Brown is making his debut as a blogger, and his first installment is an enjoyable read:
    http://web.icenetwork.com/news/artic...&vkey=ice_news
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    he's adorable and it is fun to read his blog!

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    The link above now includes Brown's blog entries for Tue, Wed, and Thu.
    His writing continues to be very expressive and informative. Good job!

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    Doris had mentioned in a dance thread that Holly Moore and Daniel Klaber are blogging from Courchevel for ice-dance.com.
    I finally took a look, and Klaber's first entry (from Tue) blew me away! Absolutely lovely. Brought tears to my eyes.

    Normally, Holly and I will have posts up close to each others, but this is special. She's (as I assume) actually getting some sleep before we leave. However, I can't sleep. I'm like a five year-old trying to sleep on Christmas eve thinking about all of the presents I might get.

    This is a huge step for me. I'm just having some trouble grasping what's sitting right in front of me. We are really truly going to a JGP tomorrow to represent the U.S.

    It has been eight and a half years of work, struggle, some hardships, laughter, jokes, bonding, fighting, winning, losing, supporting each other, being a shoulder to cry on, having a shoulder to cry on. After all of that, Holly and I share a relationship like no other and one that I would not trade for anything else in the world. I can think of no one else that I would want to travel and compete around the world with.

    I had no idea what kind of beginning it was when I stepped on that ice and first took Holly's hand. Eight and a half years later, we face yet another beginning, but this time we're ready for it. So let it begin.

    -Klaber

    Their subsequents posts, if not as profound, have been spirited and joyful. A pleasure to read.

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