Wonderful to see all of this. Congratulations...
Director, Center on Media and Society, UMass Boston
Aunt Polly has a way with words! and a grabber of a first article!
What a special newsletter! The feature on Polly was delightful. Really liked Jim Hamil's painting. It also reminded me of a sermon on porches Barbara Neufeld gave some years ago. I will forward the reflections on to her.
Essex Junction, Vermont
EDITOR'S NOTE: Small version of painting is at right. For full version and story see July 2005 in Previous Issues)
Dear Mrs Morton:
I read your article in Rye Reflections and enjoyed every word of it. The style was easy and enjoyable. I look forward to next month's Polly Morton Feature.
Dear Watson..............gee you never told me how you trained your parents! Now lets see I have lived with mine for fourteen years....please let me know it it is to late to train mine. l need advice in a rush as l know they are having chicken on the BQ real soon and l would love one of those chicken legs before they get it. You know l have never had one, just bits here and there and of course the old fat trick. l would appreciate advice asap.
old pal of mine...as always your pal Tony
PS l just love your Watson's World what a great idea and so interesting for us dogs..after all we are humans in fur coats.
August 4, 2005
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