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Stacy’s open letter to the Bully Mom in North Dakota
Stacy’s open letter to the Bully Mom in North Dakota

A mom in North Dakota chose not to give candy to kids she viewed as overweight on Halloween. She instead gave them letters stating that the child’s parents should be more diligent in their kid’s diet, and that the child who received the letter should not be eating candy.

I have written an open letter to the mother in North Dakota – an unsolicited letter, but it’s just as unsolicited as the letters she gave out to the children who visited her house on Begger’s Night. If you missed it, or if you want to hear it again or pass it along, you can listen to it below.

Let me know what you think in the comments.

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