Betty Lou Hall: A Humorous Story

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I hear the chime of the intercom as rang it!.Then the dogs go wild!Three by the way. Moses, Molly, and Molly.She comes to the door and we say hello, but then she says this, “I was getting ready for a Yule party”.

After that I go in living room and started to watch tv but then I get to thinking,she just got out the hospital for Pneumonia and she’s going to a Christmas party. Anyway she comes out looking like a superstar.With secret service that follow her where ever she goes.

Betty Lou Hall died at the age of 80.But I celebrate her life, because she taught me ,you have to live your life to the fullest if you want a good one.

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