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Friday, January 05, 2007

NPR StoryCorps link

Johnsmer_siegleman_2 I've gotten several comments on my family's StoryCorps segment, which aired last week on National Public Radio's Morning Edition. I've also heard from several people who missed the segment and wanted to hear it, so I thought I'd provide a link to the clip on the NPR website.

The StoryCorps folks asked us for a family photo for their website, which we got together and took one night before Christmas, after Jules and Rachel and the kids lit Hannukah candles. If you've spent much time around small children, you can appreciate how hard it was to get everyone to sit still long enough to take this photo. This was the best of, like, 15.

January 5, 2007 at 02:26 PM in House Rules | Permalink


WOW! Those 15 tries were worth it 'cause this pic is great! Can't wait to listen to your story as I hear it is mighty touching! Makes me proud to be a VTer! Gives me hope in love and the cosmos! ;)

Posted by: Eva Deadbeat | Jan 6, 2007 12:35:28 AM

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