A Letter From Kansas

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This clip made the national news tonight.

A small gift  from the deepest red state to the deepest blue state.

Blessings upon Dennis and Sharon, a Kansas farmer and his wife.

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About toritto

I was born during year four of the reign of Emperor Tiberius Claudius on the outskirts of the empire in Brooklyn. I married my high school sweetheart, the girl I took to the prom and we were together for forty years until her passing in 2004. We had four kids together and buried two together. I had a successful career in Corporate America (never got rich but made a living) and traveled the world. I am currently retired in the Tampa Bay metro area and live alone. One of my daughters is close by and one within a morning’s drive. They call their pops everyday. I try to write poetry (not very well), and about family. Occasionally I will try a historical piece relating to politics. :-)
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22 Responses to A Letter From Kansas

  1. This is touching beyond belief. We DO have so many good people in our country! Too often, the “bad guys” are all I can see.

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  2. beetleypete says:

    Such a beautiful contrast to all the ugliness we have seen on recent news reports.
    Reblogging this to give people something positive to look at for a change.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  3. beetleypete says:

    Reblogged this on beetleypete and commented:
    With all the nonsense from The White House driving us crazy, and news reports of freedom protestors so incredible to behold, it is easy to think that America has lost its way, in the midst of this pandemic.
    So here is something good for a change. Something positive to look at, and to make us realise that not everyone is selfish and heartless, or strutting around carrying guns and wearing military-style clothing. This is the news that we rarely see reported on the BBC here.
    My thanks to Frank for featuring it on his excellent blog

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  4. GP Cox says:

    With every horrible episode of world history, we see the best and worst coming out in people! Thank you for this.

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  5. Eddy Winko says:

    Very moving and a reminder that there is hope 🙂

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  6. wilfredbooks says:

    This is a very pleasing contrast to the nonsense we are seeing a lot of at the moment. Cheers, Jon.

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  7. wilfredbooks says:

    Reblogged this on Wilfred Books and commented:
    Something good in America to trump the nonsense.

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  8. lolaWi says:

    this touches the very core of you. how beautiful. thanks for sharing!

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  9. Reblogged this on By Hook Or By Book and commented:
    Thanks to Frank for this timely “snapshot of humanity.”

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  10. Love this! This is what humanity looks like and it is also what leadership looks like. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Dr. Rex says:

    Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    This is a ‘must watch’ … the true spirit!! … ‘A small gift from the deepest red state to the deepest blue state.’

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  12. Elizabeth says:

    I had not seen this. I was bowled over by the gift and by Cuomo’s heartfelt response.

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  13. Dr. Rex says:

    Thanks for posting this!! I saw it live and it touched my heart!! Hello from a fellow blogger, originally from Puerto Rico, now living in Apopka, central Florida … ❤ …. Stay well!! Oh … I just saw your comment on my reblog!! Now I'm following you!!

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  14. Margie says:

    This is so wonderful.
    Makes a heart swell.

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  15. petespringerauthor says:

    This is not meant to be a political comment, but I have been so impressed by Governor Cuomo throughout this health crisis. The government rightly gets criticized at times (Thank goodness we have that right), but some people are trying to do the right thing and realize that this situation is much more than politics. For every despicable action, there is a hero somewhere in the world (in this case, a farmer from Kansas) who gets what it means to look out for others.

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