I taught her mom

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HA/KS
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I taught her mom

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K Cummings
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Nice. What could be more heartwarming than a cute young lady holding a bloody buck...in Carhartts no less.

;)

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She is happy - and learning how nature really works.

The other day when the former student who is now a teacher brought me a photo of her and me with her first fish, it meant the world to me. Her mother told me that she still loves to fish. How great to have been part of that.

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K Cummings
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I just noticed that her Carhartt jacket is pinned shut with safety pins.

Even better!!

;)

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KPC in 24 years of teaching HS the vast majority of the students I taught were from families who neve would have even been considered middle class income. They were families who knew how to be happy without huge incomes.

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Nothing wrong with that Henry. It's the quintessential American experience.

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