I got this email from another crane that I left at my alma mater. Allison "Albi" left a comment on the entry for 172. Dear.
Feburary 7, 2011 7:53pm
"I found this one :) It is sitting on my desk in my dorm room. When I get a spare moment to breathe in the next few weeks, Dear will be flying free elsewhere.
Just a note: When I was in 5th grade, I read Sadako and the 1000 paper cranes, and folding my own collection. I named every single one and they all had a story and I still have them back at home. Your mission is inspiring, keep up the fantastic work!" - Allison
I'm impressed that you named them all! I'm not sure I could come up with that many names. Hopefully you have a great spring semester!
I love reading the stories about people who find the cranes. :) Hopefully I'll be able to make a second crane this week!ReplyDelete
That is so exciting! =)ReplyDelete
This is such a cool project! I'm be checking in to see how it goes. Good Luck!ReplyDelete
This is such an amazing thing you're doing. Sadako's story is so inspiring, and it's wonderful that you're keeping it alive =)ReplyDelete
This is a really awesome project! I'm about 30 cranes into my own 1000 cranes mission, and I found this blog right at the right time!ReplyDelete
crazy idea! so fun!ReplyDelete
I've seen this documentary a few times and it's amazing to me every time:ReplyDelete
Keep up the great work!
What a good idea for a blog! Following and supportingReplyDelete
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