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you're not supposed to make people cry at work!!!great story.
Great story -- I actually wrote for the same college newspaper as Lane DeGregory, although she had graduated before I started college. I'm pretty sure she won a Pulitzer Prize, too (for a story quite a bit darker than Bobo).
5 days of intense healings, 26 hours of travel, home safe, and jet-lagged. I needed to cry. Thank you.
I'm with KO---But I wouldn't have wanted to miss it---everyone should have a Bobo and a Mommy who's willing to search for him.
I'm totally crying, too! Thanks for the amazing story :)
Great story. An example of what our Moms have had to go through. Traveling all over town at Christmas to find the toys kids desperately want, saying nothing a month later when they find the toy at the back of a closet. Moms give us moments, giving all they have, so much left unthanked or requited.Great! Now I have to call my MOM! :-)Best of days,DougM
You think crying at work is bad, I'm crying IN MY PSYCH CLASS.
What a great story. What is it about kids and toys that gets to people? I got choked up during The Pursuit of Happyness when the little boy dropped his action figure and they couldn't go back for it.
This story makes my heart go squish.
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