Anonymous love letters

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April 20, 2012

Every so often I get a reminder that the work I love so passionately matters to other people, and that in fact they want me to succeed.

The mail on Tuesday contained this envelope, and I knew immediately it would have  something meant to urge me (and my work partners) on to stop Plant Washington. And it did.

On the heels of the near-fatal injuries inflicted on Plant Washington last week, I was asked  what I will do once we “kill Plant Washington dead.”

I got a love letter this week, and I think someone is asking me to work on “old” coal next.

How sweet.


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