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egypt2(newly!) four year old: Mama, were you sad when you worked for Pharoah?
me: Honey, I didn’t work for Pharoah. That was a long time ago.
four year old: But you said you were in Egypt!
me: Yes, but I was just visiting.
four year old: Oh. (moment of silence.)  Were there other harsh rulers?



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Silvia

posted April 28, 2009 at 9:42 am


Celia went with her class to the old school house in Gainesville and proceeded to ask me all sorts of questions about my mean teachers who hit me on the hands with rulers. 1970s, 1870s, all the same to her.



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Frume Sarah

posted May 12, 2009 at 7:09 pm


I think she asked a wonderful question. It shows that you have done your job in explaining to her that God redeemed US from Mitzrayim.kl
My kids and I share “memories” of what life was like.
And agree that our life waaaay better now!



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