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You've brought back a lot of memories for me, Susan. When my children began school twenty-some-odd years ago, I wasn't "taken aback" as you were -- I was appalled.
Another great article, Susan. When you get those calibrated knitting needles on the market, I'll buy them! Years ago, I looked into the patent process, but was so intimidated by the difficulty (and the cost0, I gave up. Wish I'd had access to the IAG at that time.
Amen. "Who's doing the telling?" That precept is true in a number of other areas as well as in Head Start research.
I do believe the six paring knives count as ONE set. You could also have one SET of scissors. That should help reduce your count!
I love it when such beautiful ideas - and people - come together like this. Can't wait to hear the magnificent result. Thanks for sharing this, Susan.
In the world of last-liners, yours for today gets a triple gold star!
Susan, I so appreciate your wonderful column. You find the most interesting people, places, and events. Thank you for sharing them with us.
I love your comment about the Jack Russell versus ritalin. The Walton Animal Guild is going to be running a raffle soon. All the proceeds will go to WAG, and the winner of the raffle will get their dog (name, breed, size, colors, and so on) in my next mystery. Your column got me to thinking, though. Whatever will I do if a Jack Russell is the winner? I'd have to re-write my manuscript!
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