Opinion

Thank you to parents and grandparents

If I could contact my deceased relatives, specifically my parents and grandparents, I would write them a letter to thank them for holding steady to the task and remaining undeterred during hardship conditions in the U.S. by the Great Depression of the 1930s and World War II. During those trying times, I’m certain they went without a way of life they most likely had appreciated . . .

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