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Vow of Silence
Our school is participating in the Vow of Silence, an annual campaign led by Free the Children. Please join us in using our silence to give a voice to those who can't speak up for their rights. We'll be back to blog about it after Nov. 19th.
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Article posted November 19, 2010 at 12:08 AM •
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I am from Duluth, Minnesota in the United states, I would like to say that this whole vow of silence thing is pretty cool. Here is an excerpt from my blog book:
When Margret reached her friend Stacy’s house, she noticed Stacy had been looking at her, in a strange way to, “I’ve been waiting,” she said, “I saw you coming, you know, I saw you through the neighborhood, walking, wondering.” Margret was more confused with Stacy than ever. “What are you talking about? What way can you see me through the neighborhood, when you don’t have binoculars? Oh yeah, I suppose you were seeing me with that second sight thing, right?!”
Stacy stayed relatively calm, like her friend had just said it was a nice day.
“Yeah, actually, I saw you through the neighborhood, DING! Yep your right.” She said
“Okay that’s just downright weird,” she said, “but you’re still my best friend.”
“Anyway I was just about to tell you that I found this box, it was behind my wire mirror.”
Stacy’s wire mirror was one of her most treasured belongings, she said that it would be the second thing she would take out of the house.
“Anyway, I’m not sure if you wanted to help me, but I wanted you to come anyway.”
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