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which had been a challenging week for many reasons both personal and
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by everything included. I love working with Raspberry Pi, especially as an
emulator, and can’t wait to try out the Joy Bonnet. I look forward to
tinkering with everything included and what a surprise to receive an issue
of The MagPi on top of everything else!
I just wanted to say thanks because I had the kind of week that reminded me
of how important it is to express appreciation. It is the little things that
matter most. Thank you all for everything you do in supporting open source,
making, education and community.
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