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Comment Archives: stories: News & Opinion: Bad Citizen

Re: “The Boy in the Bed

Why don't you first put his own colorful fun bed right beside yours. Have it really
jolly, with what he likes on it, and pictures and things above it, stars on the ceiling etc!

Pull it up close and maybe share a reading lamp for the two of you.
That way, you are sort of like good roommates.

Get a dog! Get a little one, if you cannot have a big one.
Dogs love to sleep anywhere you will let them on your bed. They are SO agreeable!

Start going to folk dance, take your son with you and let him learn too!

You will meet the best friends you have ever had in your life. I have friends today that I met at folkdancing in 1975. Dancing is not boring like the gym.

Let us know your good results. Love, Nana
( I have no grandchildren,
so I am a Vicarious one. I hope you don't mind!)

By the way, this comment rectangle is all messed up. I have to hit the ENTER key when
I get to the end of the sentence. Otherwise it keeps typing UNDER the column to
the right called THIS WEEK IN NEWS!! I know you can fix this!!

Posted by Nana on 03/29/2008 at 7:18 PM

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