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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2005 6:50 pm 
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sjc gave me this article titled Peter Pan turns 100.

http://photobucket.com/albums/v161/roni66/Smithsonian%20Magazine%20Article/?action=logout



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Thanks for sharing that, V and SJC. Now I'm going to have to get my father to send me his copy.



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V, this was in the Smithsonian Magazine? I get that magazine. Shows you I have been way too preoccupied lately. Never saw it. Thanks for sharing!



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Thank you. Nice article. I loved the end quote about flying. I used to dream of flying every night, for years, because my family had moved away from the home that was my "Neverland" in all the best senses... I wanted to return so much, each night I would go to sleep and dream that I could fly from Illinois to New Jersey and visit all my friends...and be back in time for breakfast with my parents!



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DeppInTheHeartOfTexas wrote:
V, this was in the Smithsonian Magazine? I get that magazine. Shows you I have been way too preoccupied lately. Never saw it. Thanks for sharing!


yes it is. I dont have it with me to get the date but it has a turkey on it so Im guessing a November issue.



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dramaced wrote: Thank you. Nice article. I loved the end quote about flying. I used to dream of flying every night, for years, because my family had moved away from the home that was my "Neverland" in all the best senses... I wanted to return so much, each night I would go to sleep and dream that I could fly from Illinois to New Jersey and visit all my friends...and be back in time for breakfast with my parents!


Welcome dramaced :wave: Nice to have you here! What a great dream.

V, thanks for the info. I hope I still have my copy but if not I can read yours!



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