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In a Heartbeat by Leigh Anne Tuohy
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Jul 20, 2010

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The book was really good and I liked to hear from each of the children along with the parents their ideas of the blindside movie. I really believe in the power of one to make changes. I think that if everyone was able to just do one thing a day, whether smile and wave at someone or help a neighbor or a stranger the world would be a better place. I want my son to know that we help everyone and that our home is open always to whomever. I hope the kids in neighborhood know that our door is always open. I want neighbors to know that they can always call and we will always help. I want to use my talents and help others.
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