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May 31, 2012


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bermudaonion (Kathy)

I'm so excited for Susan! She deserves all the happiness she can get!

Kristina Riggle

Number 4 is perfect! Whenever I catch myself praising my daughter for her beauty (and, well, she is gorgeous, her mother says modestly) I remind myself to also tell her how smart she is! And strong, and funny, and helpful, and....

Storyteller Mary

Nice list! It's amazing how much energy is spent trying to be special, wonderful, famous . . . when all the really important things are so much more extraordinary in their simplicity. Have fun!
. . . and I've already noticed that you'll be teaching the "be nice to your mother" part by example ;-)

Susan McBride

Aw, thanks, Kathy! You're so sweet!

Kristina, well, I've no doubt your daughter is gorgeous and smart. She surely takes after her mother. :-)

Mary, yes, simple really is best! And being nice to my mom is usually very easy (although we have our moments!). ;-)

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