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  • Dear Kristofer
    I am grateful to read your blog about your name and the meaning of it. A part of your blog that stood out to me the most out of all lines were “Kristofer Ramos, a name that follows me everywhere I go, also the first thing I say when meeting someone new. My name represents me and my family wherever I go whether I like it or not so I…Read More

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    Dear Lupe,
    I am grateful for reading your piece because you seem like a good writer. one sentence that stood out to me the most about your name was” The last name I received has been a huge impact in my life because it has made me who I am today. It has made me be a different person with different people at different points in my life. It has…Read More

  • Dear Tony,
    I am grateful for being able to read your blog on the meaning of your name. One sentence you wrote that really stands out to me is “Anthony may sound like a normal name to you. However, I have gotten different nicknames from it. Tony. Ant. Most people call me Tony which is what I am used to. Ant, on the other hand, is more unique. It…Read More

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    Joshua commented on the post, Drugs in the U.S

    Thank you kris with a k for replying back to my blog on drugs in the us. thank you for agreeing with me and i hope to read some blogs or articles you might write in the future. Have an amazing day you might be across the world no one knows. Sinclery, joshua

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    Dear Paola,
    Thank you for making me read your work. I am impressed with your blog behind immigrants. One sentence that stood out to me the most was “This is explaining how immigrants have the fear to get deported and that immigrants have rights too and they should not fear. It also shows that immigrants can be silent and let other people of h…Read More

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