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A 9-year-old discovers that his simple fashion choice polarizes the school.
Awesome or weird?
Because we hear our children's voices every day, we forget they are going to change. Later on, it's not just what they said that seems precious, but how they said it.
The sweet voice of childhood.
A mother of two asks her mother to describe what life was like during the War -- when she was about 10 -- so her sons will know what their grandmother lived through.
Rabbits, ration cards and blackouts.
He found his home in a Hatfield, Mass., used bookstore.

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With 9,000 books in his D.C. condo and an urgent reading pile of 380 books, he realized he had a problem.

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From obsession to vocation.
A 30-something mother comes home to her soundly sleeping children after administering to death in the middle of the night.

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Reflections from a hospice nurse.
In 1951 she had a box of bones and a shotgun under her bed.
Not your typical sorority girl.
Divine intervention?
At their wedding, he was only being a good Catholic, following the fasting rules of the Church. But to this day, only
God knows how they made it from Philly to New York after their reception.
Double take.
She was interested in two guys. Then she found out they were the
same guy, so she asked him out before they'd even met.
Divine intervention?
At their wedding, he was only being a good Catholic, following the fasting rules of the Church. But to this day, only
God knows how they made it from Philly to New York after their reception.
Double take.
She was interested in two guys. Then she found out they were the
same guy, so she asked him out before they'd even met.
The two biggest adventures of her childhood along the Connecticut River were the '36 flood and the '38 hurricane.

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Water, mud and trees in all the wrong places.
A mother takes her two daughters, ages 14 and 11,
out of their comfortable lives to live at a Nepali orphanage for three weeks, and all three hearts are touched.


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Terror and joy in Kathmandu.
An Irish grandfather tells his grandchildren what it was like as a teenager growing up in England at the start of World War II.
When you find your own Innisfree
A mother takes her two daughters, ages 14 and 11,
out of their comfortable lives to live at a Nepali orphanage for three weeks, and all three hearts are touched.


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Terror and joy in Kathmandu.