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Dedicated in blessed memory of Richard Allen Julis who made us laugh and made us better Jews.
 

Tuesdays are when Sarah and Rachel get together for coffee. Often times the topic of conversation revolves around their children.

“Have you heard from your David in college?” Rachel asks.

“Oy, my son David is so brilliant” Sarah says proudly, “that every time he writes us we have to go to the dictionary."

"You're lucky," Rachel replies. "Every time we get a letter from ours, we have to go to the bank!"



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