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Danielle Maynard's Blog – October 2010 Archive (3)

If I Could Write a Letter to Me

I was riding in the car only a few short minutes ago and the song If I Could Write a Letter to Me by Brad Paisley (yes another country song)

came on. As I listened to it I got to

thinking what would I have told myself if I could send a letter back in

time. I of course couldn’t send a letter

to myself as a little kid because I wouldn’t be able to read but I think I

would send the 12 year old me a letter that went something like this….…



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Added by Danielle Maynard on October 26, 2010 at 9:34pm — No Comments

Graco Recall 2 million Strollers: 4 Dead, More injured



We are all moms here and so whenever I hear about something that could affect our little ones it is my duty to let you all know.

Graco has started recalling over 2 million of its larger strollers due to children slipping between the seat and the tray and becoming trapped. This hits close to home because I have one…

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Added by Danielle Maynard on October 20, 2010 at 8:11pm — 1 Comment

Me and the Military

I often wonder if I should stay or if I should go. Today was one of those days that I just felt a little out of place. I don't believe in guns but I joined the military. My job doesn't require me to use one and so I sometimes forget that I am surrounded by people who believe that everyone should be toting a gun. I don't know if the military is where I belong or if I should be doing something else. The biggest threat that I have at work is a paper cut the pay and benefits are good… Continue

Added by Danielle Maynard on October 1, 2010 at 12:07am — No Comments

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