Inside the Daily Planet, 12/24/07

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Career costume by Tami Mohamed Brown, Minnesota Women’s Press My daughter Nora complained about participating in ‘career day’ this year at her school. The entire class was charged with showing up dressed in a costume that best represented the career he or she hoped to have as an adult. For my 9-year-old, this task didn’t hold the same thrill it did in previous years when she wore the obvious (and somewhat unrealistic) attire of the princess, the ballerina.

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