Letters to the editor — March 11, 2020

  • Wednesday, March 11, 2020 1:30am
  • Opinion

Family stories are uplifting

Thanks to Matthew Nash for sharing his Family Circle with us (“Finding my ‘Family Circus’,” Sequim Gazette, March 4, page A-12). It brought back great memories of my family and years of reading Bill Keane’s comics. It was refreshing and fun.

We need more of these stories to lift us up and away from disagreeable news stories and headlines. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Matthew’s sons out and about in Sequim. They are delightful kids.

Thanks again for sharing your family with us.

Laura Dubois

Sequim

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