Character Sketch
Posted by Ethan in Character Sketches on 04 3rd, 2009 | 8 responses
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8 Responses to “Character Sketch”

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  2. Evaline says:

    With the bases loaded you struck us out with that anersw!

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  6. Kudos! What a neat way of thinking about it.

  7. Aysel says:

    On a recent video, I was petrty rough about my response to Tony McKlinnon in the UK. In the process, I was not clear about what Judges I was referring to.All I could do after it was posted, was put a note in the description-field.It is good to know that there still are Judges who hold pro-life values, instead of Judges wanting to be part of the latest social-fad.We really need to populate Law-schools, medical-colleges and nurses’-colleges with more pro-life people.Canada has no need to look to Europe for anything. My dad was one of the Canadian Armed-Forces who did combat, to bail Belgium and Holland out from Hitler’s takeover of Europe.Canada was a leader in the world.–And it needs to be a leader in the world again.

  8. Alice says:

    Hi EthanI love the beautiful tree in your scoohl yard.I often wonder what stories trees would tell if they could talk. Really old trees would have seen a lot of history happening around them!We had a lovely old tree with big leafy branches that provided lots of shade in our Middle Yard and I loved watching it change with the seasons. I was really sad when the tree died and had to be chopped down to make way for our new building. Our principal has promised we will plant a new tree when the building is finished.I’m wondering what 40 40 is too!Miss Y

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