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The Wizard of a Mother-Daughter bond

By Linda Waggener

Amy Elizabeth Smith Waggener wrote over the weekend that she was introducing her favorite movie of all time, the 1939 movie, The Wizard of Oz, to her five-year-old daughter Hailey Elizabeth Waggener.

She reported later that the critique was very positive, as a matter of fact in Emoji speak, Hailey's critique was heart, heart, heart, smiley face joy, smiley face joyful tears, cheers and more hearts.

She said that since their shared experience, Hailey now calls her Dorothy. It sounds like a deep mother-daughter bond has been accomplished. Heart, heart, smiley face joy.

This story was posted on 2017-07-31 22:00:54
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Let's go to Kindergarten!

2017-08-01 - Southside Elementary School, Shelbyville, KY - Photo by Mom Amy Waggener.
Hailey Elizabeth Waggener is ready to be in Kindergarten where her brothers Graham and Evan paved the way for her and have now gone on to high school. She has had a whirlwind week of summer fun and activities, not the least of which was watching her Mom's favorite movie with her, The Wizard of Oz, and giving it a very positive two thumbs up. Lucky movie, lucky Southside, having the energy and enthusiasm of Hailey! - LW (Mema)

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