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April 04, 2010


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Awesome story. Thanks for sharing!

Carolyn Jung

That is so inspiring and sweet beyond words. Your Mom was so thoughtful to do something like that. The fact that the memories have stayed with you all these years just shows how a small gesture like that can be so very powerful.

keith carlsen

No regrets for leaving but it was great place to grow up, great place to visit, and hopefully a great place to retire.


That is just the most wonderful story! There is so much PC nonsense now. When my youngest was in 1st grade, her teacher told me that she wasn't allowed to read even the most non-religious Christmas book to the kids (e.g. "The Christmas Witch" or "The Polar Express"). I asked an Israeli mom to make latkes for our "winter holiday" in-class party, and asked her if she objected to my having the kids make snowman ornaments - she laughed and said "of course not! I love Christmas!"

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