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March 14, 2008

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I'm sitting at my desk at work, crying. That is an *amazing* story, Susan, and I thank you for sharing it with us. I can't believe she arranged a trip to IRELAND!!!!

That didn't just make my day - it made my month...at least.

I cried, too, Laura. I've even played the video twice. I love that story.

Tearful too. What an uplifting story. Thank you so much for sharing this.

Natalie, I'm so glad you liked it. That story was by far my favorite thing in the newspaper in a long time.

It's just amazing what an inspiring teacher can too. I loved the video.
-Susan

Thanks for the link! That's the best St. Patties Day present EVER!

Top of the morning to you, Susan and Mary Lee. Glad to hear you enjoyed the link! I can see the movie now, can't you?

I love that story! Thank you for posting it. I'm always so incredibly happy to read stories like this that really vindicate arts education.

You're so welcome, A. Fortis! Those kids were going to be in the big St. Patrick's Day parade today. I bet they were awesome.

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