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Re: baby birds

Glad if it was useful, Zem.  I love all my sons, but frequently
have to stand myself in the corner and remind myself that
they are grown men now and must have their own lives.  I
did the best I could to start them out right.  Goodness knows
I didn't turn out the way my family intended and I suffered
enough from the disapproval of both my family and my 
mother-in-law that I carefully avoid making judgmental
remarks to any of them.  But it's nice not to have to be the
referee at a family gathering.

In a message dated 05/28/2005 9:14:25 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:
Thank you so much for that e-mail, Auralie.  I know it wasn't specifically 
addressed to me, but you never know when some of your sage advice is just 
what somebody needs to hear.  We share a similar son.

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