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January 19, 2012

Some Emails Really Make Your Day

Marilyn Little-Meredith still has the first article Molly Sorge ever wrote about her, and 10 years later she wrote to let Molly know how much she appreciated it.
franjurga@gmail.com
2 years 34 weeks ago
The Power of Print...
Nice, Molly! You've made a great argument for the power of print: a piece of 8 1/2x11 white paper that's been through a HP printer doesn't look quite the same in your scrapbook or treasures trunk as... Read More

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franjurga@gmail.com
2 years 34 weeks ago

The Power of Print...

Nice, Molly! You've made a great argument for the power of print: a piece of 8 1/2x11 white paper that's been through a HP printer doesn't look quite the same in your scrapbook or treasures trunk as does a copy of a horse mag with your name in print. I think horse magazines like The Chronicle who cover competition and organizations have played an important part in the psychology of horsepeople and the strength of competitions. There is something about seeing your name in print. Sure, it is partly vanity but it's something more: it makes what you're doing with your horse real. It's reinforcement. It really happened, and you know that sometime in the future, just like Marilyn, you will be able to look back at that page of that magazine and you will see what you've done, remember who you were the day it came in the mail, and know where you went from there. I hope there will always be people holding on to old issues of The Chronicle. I have a few myself.
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