Mondays just won’t be the same

I always look forward to Larry Simoneaux’s column in Monday’s Herald, he always has something to say that we can think about. Mondays just will not be the same without his column, it’s going to take some of the joy out of reading the news. I hope whatever he is going to do will make his life better, a fine writer, humorous, and insightful, I shall miss him, and his column.

Thank you also for the fine coverage of the Oso tragedy; I read with great empathy of the many stories and insights into the lives of those who perished; I wept and prayed for those that are left to carry on without them. The articles all were well written and with great compassion.

Sherry Bonnett

Camano Island

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