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Sweet Sara
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At 4:28pm on August 10, 2010, Jessica Leigh said…
happy birthday you sweet gorgeous girl!!!!
At 3:44pm on August 10, 2010, K-Magic-J said…
happy birthday....is that your hubbie with you on your picture? he totally looks like Gerard Butler....aw! is it Gerard Butler?
At 6:37am on August 25, 2009, Rick Duncan said…
Pictures of Sweet Sara? Hey...wait! I know you! :)
At 9:21pm on August 24, 2009, Jackie said…
In all fairness, it isn't just Richmond. I've recently worked in cities of similar size and demographics---and Richmond isn't the worst. (How sad!)

I have just read too many of the comments, "It should be about education and not how they are dressed." And its terribly obvious that it has never been about the education for them! ... Misspelled words, errors of grammar, people even signing the wrong petition! (There are signatures on the petition in support of the school board with comments that are clearly not in favor! What a shame.)

Ah well, I'm afraid it won't get much better ---for awhile at least.
At 6:30am on August 24, 2009, Rick Duncan said…
Congratulations, Sara...you're our first "Sweet" member! Thank sofr joining and for commenting on the Hometown Blog.
At 11:05pm on August 21, 2009, Jackie said…
You are a sane voice of reason. Gets kind of lonely out here, doesn't it?

It really isn't all about the clothes--it's the attitude that's behind it. Those who want to act like that will find ways of disrupting school and acting out regardless of what they are wearing.

Sigh. Oh well. They'll learn (some things) eventually.
 
 
 

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