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February 10, 2009

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Matthew Franchise

Keeping your eyes and ears open is a little different than being nosy. What you are describing is a far better quality and everyone should be blessed with the ability to listen to their surroundings!

Maria Mortati

Dana- thanks so much for this posting. As one how lives far away from the NMAH, it's interesting to hear the first-person impact it's having on your blogging, twittering public... in one spot.

BTW, this quote especially resonated with me:

“[M]y Dad was right when he said that one day I would appreciate him taking us there…I felt a deep sense of family history and tradition last week when I wheeled my almost-one year old through those remodeled-but-still-familiar hallways..."

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