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Enjoy life as a couple and don't sweat the small stuff

To The Daily Sun,

That was the best and cutest engagement announcement (in The Daily Sun of Saturday, Nov. 12) done by Master Travis R. Bonner Jr.! That made my day, thank you. I needed that smile.

I wish you all the happiness in the world. You are a beautiful family. Enjoy life, be well,don't go to bed mad, and don't sweat the small stuff. May I live long enough to see your kids making your 50th anniversary announcement next.

Denise C. Burke

Gilford

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One-third of congressional dems are from Calif., Mass. N.Y.

To The Daily Sun,

Harry Reid, the soon to be retired senator from Nevada, is the epitome of a rich spoiled brat. He doesn't get his way, so he cries and throws a tantrum. Grow up. Your 15 minutes of fame are over.

The rioting and vandalism is exacerbated by the pernicious remarks that Reid and others who use their position to fuel racism culminating in rioting and destructive vandalism, perpetrated by paid professional agitators.

President Obama should sternly condemn publicly, the vitriol. Also, the mainstream media should accept the results of the election, stop the childish rhetoric, so we can heal and come together as one America.

One-third of the Democratic caucus in the Congress is made up from California, Massachusetts, and New York. Those three states have 110 electoral votes, which is about one half of Clinton's total.

Rich Tjaden

Meredith

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