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Marci Diehl 44m
I had the most wonderful time watching an episode of with my nearly-4yr old Lovebug on ambulances & EMTs. “When I’m a mom, I’m going to be a doctor,” she whispers. She’s been playing at being a doctor since she was two. 😍
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infinite ill 23h
was as pure as it gets. And he still gets shit on...
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Ready Feb 11
breakin down , Mista Rodgers !
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Lori Zaccari-Leavitt 5h
Ok, I’m just a mess today. First Movie and now reliving ’s 2008 win.😢😭😢😭 We have lost so much .
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Emmily Bristol 17h
Watched “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” on PBS & it’s so pure and inspirational and thoughtful. Do not watch without an entire box of tissue and just be ready to ugly cry. 😭 The film really motivates me to listen & to follow my own voice. 🙏😊🌈💯
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Barret Blake 23h
A border wall didn't work for King Friday. It won't work for Trump either.
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Emma's Little Corner Feb 16
, Won't You Be My Neighbor made me cry so much. Humanity did not deserve him yet we need him now more than ever. My heart hurt at the idea that someone may have hurt his feelings or blamed him for wanting kids to feel special. I grew up w/. I love him still
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Kristina Han 1h
I bawled my eyes watching this documentary. The world has never known how to respond to someone as positive as Mr. Rogers
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Courtney Kellar 5h
I finally watched , . I cried through a lot of it. It brought back so many memories. As an odd, sensitive kid, I’m proud that resonated with me then, just like it does now. His message of , & is timeless.
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Daniel Striped Tiger Feb 16
Doing a drinking game of drinking every time “Won’t you be my neighbor?” makes me cry and I’m very drunk.
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fifty shades of j 8h
: "we need to help our children become more and more aware, that what is essential in life, is invisible to the eye." -
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Michael C. Wells Feb 13
“Love is what keeps us together and afloat.” - Fred Rogers
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Roslyn Reid Feb 11
Replying to @lurie_john
i saw that too. and they called him an evil evil man. despicable.
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Paul Antonio Verdugo 3h
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Francesca DiCanio Feb 11
“Whether we're a preschooler or a young teen, a graduating college senior or a retired person, we human beings all want to know that we're acceptable, that our being alive somehow makes a difference in the lives of others.”
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Mary Ortega Feb 11
why did i not know 143 comes from ??? its like the best story ever.
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Bryant R. Camareno Feb 10
“There are three ways to ultimate success: The first way is to be kind. The second way is to be kind. The third way is to be kind." (a wonderful documentary!)
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holly day walters 11h
Yeah, is great but and were my jam when I was a child.
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Crystal Pelletier 3h
So glad one of my students recommended this documentary! What a visionary for children and early learning!
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Michael C. Wells Feb 13
“I think silence is one of the greatest gifts we have.” - Fred Rogers
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