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Impressed by Phillip
Posted On 03/20/2013 04:18:02 by oppsgal
I was sitting here today thinking of all the people I have met in my lifetime, who have left a strong impression on me.  One such person was Phillip.  I first met Philip and his mother when I was the Aquatic Director for our local YMCA.  Phillip used to come in with is mother, she would sit down on the bleachers pool side as he would be doing laps in  the 25 meter swimming pool.  Phil was 22 years old and I was 37.  He a very bright,  happy and friendly ma... Read More



Letters By Orphan Train Riders
Posted On 10/07/2008 10:17:26 by brie
                                          Orphan Trains: Letters-4 By Robert Noonan   I am presenting two letters today. These boys appear content with life on a farm. Many children ended up on farms and their treatment varied greatly. They bided their time until they were eighteen then decided if they wanted... Read More



Letters Written By Orphan Train Riders
Posted On 09/23/2008 13:18:09 by brie
Orphan Train: Letter - 2 By Robert Noonan   Many of the children wrote letters to the Agent who rode the train with them, telling of their new life. Some children found loving homes; others did not. Today’s letter is from a girl who was very fortunate, unlike the girl who wrote last week’s letter. After reading this letter it seems she was taken into a financially secure home. I imagine the parents sat with their natural children and stressed the need to treat the orphan girl as one of... Read More



Can't quite believe it!
Posted On 05/26/2008 23:22:52 by MNNorthernLight

Wow, less than two weeks from now I will be a mother-in-law! Hard to believe it is finally happening. After parenting all boys, it will be interesting to welcome another female into the family. Wish me luck!And nice weather as the wedding is outside. I live in MN where we just had really bad tornadoes yesterday...... Read More









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