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07/25/2008 06:53 PM

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golferel
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Bejeweled I am just rereading Night. Weisel came to our college and spoke to us. I remember not being that impressed - probably part of my dumb-ass disorder no doubt. I am amazed by the account of the Holocaust. Anyway, books for you and Norma - shoes for me, Z and Katy.Silly
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07/25/2008 07:01 PM
bejeweled
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My major in college was holocaust studies. I actually placed 3rd in the elie wiesel award in Ethics. It was and still is one of my proudest achievements. I won a round trip to NYC to meet him and $1800. Which at the time was a FORTUNE. I was so excited. I just laughed and cried. Laughed and cried. My essay was published http://www.eliewieselfoundation.org/CM_Images/ UploadedImages/WinnersEssays/Angela_Leddy.pdf

Here is the link if anyone wants to read it. LOL That was so very long ago......and I've been published a million times over now but that is still my crowning achievement.


07/25/2008 07:13 PM
norma
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I just read it, bejeweled..you are gifted...but, I think I knew that before I read it. It was beautiful...

07/25/2008 07:14 PM
golferel
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Well HOW AMAZINGSmile Not that you have accomplished all that, just because it is amazing. I was an English major in college and now refuse to read anything that is over 200 pages...most of the timeLaughing What else does everyone have up their sleeve?! You have not delighted me long enough, bejeweled...just so you know.Kissing

07/25/2008 07:41 PM
trishy
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Hey Norma thanks for the rain lol it has been raining all day and has cooled up.
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