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January 13, 2020

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angela (brooks) calton

Paul, Very "interesting" ... to use one of my husband's favorite phrases when asked what he thought of a movie, T.V. show or something like. Actually, I thought it was quite entertaining and thought provoking ... I was captivated by the symbolism and the many different interpretations that could be derived from certain passages. I'm very proud of my kindergarten reading partner ... after reading your excerpt, it seems only right that you were the sole person from our "first" class who was able to move on in reading at the age of 5. Take care and please keep writing.

Paul Howard Nicholas

Angela,
It's so good to hear from you. I often wondered what happened to one of the smartest girls I ever had the pleasure of studying with. Glad you liked this excerpt. Hope to see you at the reunion.
All the best to you and your family!

Radiance

And that is what I call COMPROMISE TO THE MAX!

Barbara Z

This is a problem, I don't understand how any one can give these people MONEY. Every Sunday they pull up in there Bently's or Rolls Royce and they are asking for money. Can you call them when you need help paying your rent or mortgage?

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