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January 18, 2010

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Wow, they did an amazing job! :)

Your daughter and her friend did a great job on the picture. Thanks Lacey for the candy blog. I am trying to participate in all of the blog challenges your company is sponoring. Your company have such a great selection of stamps. I love your quick shipping on my orders.

I agree with you. Because of this man, a lot of people have rights and the world changed. But we can get better. It's great that your daughter and her friend helped out. Their art was amazing. I couldn't draw that.

xoxo :)

super art work,
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Angie

Tell Ansley I said that I am so proud of her. Her art project was amazing! I think the message of MLK is a very good one. I make it part of the rest of the week discussion in my class. Do you still have the cutting project she did from Kinder? You are amazing Ansley!

Ansley did a great job on her art work. We may not be perfect but I'm still proud to be an American and especially glad that children now have the chance to see that all children can be friends!Congrats to the winner.

How wonderful that someone is taking Martin Luther King Day seriously and not just using it as an extra day off to shop or go to the movies. We all need to pause and reflect on this great man's contributions. Ansley and her friend did a wonderful job, as did the other participants. They, at least, got it right. Please thank all of them for me.

PS: Congratulations, Ying Ho, on your win. I'm so looking forward to more of Dustin's designs.

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