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(Syracuse Post-Standard)   The award for most tear-inducing Mother's Day story goes to the West Genesee girls' lacrosse game, where a double rainbow appeared over the field as a player's mother died of breast cancer   ( syracuse.com) divider line
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2013-05-12 10:41:24 PM  
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Got it in one, she did. Please rest in honoured peace, Mrs Wolfram.

2013-05-14 01:04:36 AM  
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ladyfortuna: BlousyBrown: Ahhhhh Wegmans. I miss Wegmans. What a great super market. They need to open some up on the west coast.

I know this is off [thread] topic, but it'll probably take them 30+ years for that. They're staying family owned so far, meaning they don't have to please shareholders and can move in their own time. They only opened the ones in PA and MD I think within the last 10 years or so (maybe a bit longer but I am not an expert).

Thanks for knowing about it. Of course I am sorry about the the lady,but seeing the wegmans reference made me see something else.  My own family and how I miss them and how I miss the east coast so much.
2013-05-12 11:52:29 PM  
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Several of my friends knew her through their kids at West Genny. I don't go for that "the rainbow was a sign" crap, but I was struck by how her death moved my friends, who are typically on the cynical side. She must have been an amazing person.
2013-05-12 10:34:18 PM  
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