A tale of two notes: One a blessing, the other a curse

I saw this family and their son this morning on TV but didn’t know about the second note until just now.


Ashley England of China Grove, N.C. has a special-needs, 8-year old child. The family was at a restaurant in the city on Friday, August 30, 2013 when their son, Riley, began to act up.

Riley was shouting and loudly banging the table. It was obvious a number of patrons were becoming agitated by the noise. Ashley was embarrassed and frustrated as Riley had been acting our more in public lately.

Then something incredible happened.

A person in the restaurant

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I am a retired elementary teacher, well seasoned world traveler,new blogger, grandmother, and a new enthusiastic discoverer of the wonderfully complex country of India. Anne
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2 Responses to A tale of two notes: One a blessing, the other a curse

  1. Don Ostertag says:

    I read the first letter a week ago, and I thought what a wonderful world. Shortly after I tried to read the second letter, but could not finish such trash. Then I read the letter the mother of Max wrote in reply to the second. She really is special person that God has blessed with a special child.


  2. annetbell says:

    I remember parents upset when kids were just normal kids…..not exceptional, or A students…just average , normal kids. If they only knew how blessed they were. Amen….a special mama for a special son. . . . .with a special blessings!


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