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Dignity (Our Mascot for children)

So around 4 months ago I received a message from a mom saying that while looking at our FB page her 3rd grader son saw the picture of "Dignity" (our mascot if you will) and asked questions about him and what dignity meant. This lead her into the conversation of what having dignity meant.

I was elated that this conversation came to be with them. I sent her a message back with a quick background story about Dignity. It would be a little over a week and I received another message from mom. Long story short every Friday since I have continued the story of him. Now I have 4 that have joined the bandwagon. Yikes!!! Not that I mind writing every Friday, mom passes it on to the other 3 children, but I am far from being a book writer nor an expert on dignity!

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