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October 04, 2012

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Wonderful piece. I love all the Marges. I once worked with a very gruff, authoritarian Marge, whom I nicknamed "Sarge." She didn't like it, but it kind of stuck.

Hi Terence,

Thank you for leaving such a sweet comment. Names sure do stick.
I really felt awful leaving my Mom there with the one she did not call Marge. Oy! Lasagna. I can still see her.
Kind of like your Sarge.
Best,
Nancy

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