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11/25/2013

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Thank you for sharing, Debbie! You are probably right! I was a slow reader. As a result, I wrote a lot instead. My children love reading (all day long). I wonder what they will be when they grow up. Whatever it is, as long as it is legal and makes them happy, I will be thankful. Victoria

Debbie J. Papay

Victoria, I love the tile backsplash behind your range!
I am thankful for so many things I can't begin to tell you. The one that comes to mind right this minute is how my parents read to me as a preschooler. I think I am a lawyer because I did well in school. I think I did well in school because I was a good reader. I think I read well because my parents took the time, trouble, and expense, even though sometimes they were dog tired, to read to me and with me at night. Recently I found a big box of "Golden Books" from my childhood. They are all dog-eared. I'm thankful for my parents, both gone now, and I'm missing them terribly at the holidays. Debbie

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