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Close, but no …
Writes Wayne Nelson of Forest Lake: “Subject: How would you feel?
A midday diversion for you . . .
The Permanent Family Record
Wayne Nelson of Forest Lake remembers: “My family lived on the East Side of St. Paul, near Mounds Park.
“It was winter, and there were warning reports of a ‘BIG BLIZZARD’ that was coming. I either heard about it on the radio or TV, or just from my parents talking about it. I must have felt the urgent need to go outside and warn all of the people about this big thing that was coming.
A midday diversion for you (and perhaps something the new, Tweet-prone President will want to know about) . . .
Life as we know it
Including: Everyone’s a (book) critic
The Gram With a Thousand Rules: “I received some interesting books for Christmas this year. The one I am reading right now is not one of them.
A midafternoon diversion for you (perhaps apropos in the Age of Fake News . . . but undoubtedly funny) . . .