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January 30, 2008

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gilly

This is one of your most touching posts to me- and you have had several- but it's the way you portray what most people were thinking.
I remember being in second grade and Amanda Maybriar came over to me at recess and stated that her coat was prettier than mine. Dad had just gotten laid off from GM and was doing janitorial work for my grade schoo. Instead of taking my brother and I out of private school, my parents insisted on keeping us there. So that was weird for a few years!
Thank you Jenne for reminding us of the importance of choosing whether or not to pass judgment!

Susie

Like those walks you took with your Grammy, your posts are really cool trips too. I love the stories you tell and the places you take us, and what you see along the way.

SarahH

I can't believe that in all my time living in Orlando, I never went to this amazing sugar mill. Your mom must not have known about it then because I don't even ever recall hearing about it! Sad! I LOVE pancakes!

As usual, a beautifully-written post...

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