It often happens that little things about us, as well as some little things we say or do, make impressions upon our children and grandchildren. While I don’t claim to know what things about me my grandchildren will remember, I was a bit surprised at a couple of things which apparently impressed — or maybe concerned — a grandson of mine when we spent time together last month.
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Opinion, Pages 6 on 03/09/2011
Print Headline: GRIZ BEAR COMMENTS Concerns over nose hairs and snoring