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THURSDAY, MAY 9, 2013, NOON

Motherhood

Children use new playground equipment during recess Monday at Seth Woodard Elementary School. The equipment, built with a variety of funding sources, is a popular addition to the playground.
Children use new playground equipment during recess Monday at Seth Woodard Elementary School. The equipment, built with a variety of funding sources, is a popular addition to the playground.

Anna Quindlen’s column on motherhood continues to be the best reflection on the experience of every woman who has raised children. The days are long, the years fly by.

Take a moment and read her words. Then grab your child and go outside and play.

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