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2010.04.04

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dale

:-)

What a wonderful post!

wanderer

Yes, wonderful, a conversion! How old do you think she was? Was she our mothers, the mother from the century of a depression sandwiched between the great wars, in a country of enormous isolation, resilient and proud, who made a sugar and soap poultice to nurse a child's cut foot, indeed no humbug.

Peter

I'm often attracted to practical people (my wife, e.g.); opposites attract, I think. I find some mystery about them that they wouldn't claim for themselves.

Pica

This is indeed a wonderful post. I'd love to have someone like that close by to help with things.

Nursing top

hmm interesting post!..hmm so nice..
i liked reading it! Thanks for sharing!!

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