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March 03, 2008

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Karen

Emily, that is extremely impressive. How many other kids would notice the flags, let alone try to fix them?? I look up to you, Emily.
And that takes a lot of courage, too. Good for you! Never be afraid to stand up for what you believe in.
I love you, Emily. Keep up the good work.

Marilyn

Way to go Emily!! (There's a reason I try to beat Karen's posts... She stole what I was going to say!!) Anyway, I am also very proud of you. I wish more people in this country had the patriotism and sense of civic responsibility you have. I think things would be much better for everyone. You are so brave. Love you!!

Kim

What a wonderful thing to do Emily. Not many kids would take notice let alone send the principal a letter. You are truly a great example of loving the country we live in.

Jonathan

The story behind the story...

Every now and then I drop Emily at school in the morning. Without fail as we have been driving toward the school she has mentioned that they need to replace the flag.

The good Dad that I am :/, I say... "You're right Emily" and then I drop her off and not think about it again.

Needless to say, I had no clue how important this was to her.

She is a patriot! She bleeds red, white and blue!

Love you Emi,

Dad

Stacy

Not surprised Miss 4th of July! Ha ha. I am glad you hold so much respect for this country Emily. I would love to pick your brain some afternoon regarding what you think of all of the world events the past few years...

I'm sure you would enlighten me, and I have no doubt that I would walk away wiser...

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