When a Choice Isn't Really a Choice...

Please read my post on Amazing Grace. I don't know why my headlines aren't showing up on the Diabetes Daily headlines, but I need some support today. Things are going well, but this most recent news stinks! Click here to go there! Thanks and love!

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Comment by Manny Hernandez on October 29, 2007 at 7:30am
I am sorry about what you are going through. Did they explain in any way the reasoning behind the decision?

As for the headlines not showing, I am going to guess it has to do with the use of double-quotes. If you eliminate them altogether from the title, they may show up again.
Comment by MeadowLark on October 29, 2007 at 2:03pm
Hey Sister, Teacher:)
I'm sending you love; hoping your teachers heart will make the best decision for you and the students. That is such a difficult thing to deal with. I know you will choose well.
Huggles
MeadowLark and our little class. {{{{Amylia}}}}

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