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September 23, 2009

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Great post, Mollie! We miss you in California!

Thats awesome that you got an internship Mollie, congrats! I miss hanging out with you, Matthew, and Nick!

Hey, Mollie! Great blog. I hope you're enjoying your new internship.

Illuminating and thoughtful. Great post.

Love the post, Mollie. And what a great photo.

Very well written! More blog posts from Mollie, please.

I think it is just great that you got this incredible chance and managed to use it so wisely! I admire people like yourself who can stick to their dreams and to what they believe in!

What a great way to marry your advocacy with your sport. Do the things you love and you will live a happier life. Nice story, great photos.

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