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April 27, 2009

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Gail Rae Hudson

Thank you for mentioning this, Mona! I'd forgotten about mentioning it, after our "conversation" on it. I will, of course, be watching it.

Gail Rae Hudson

Call me a cynic but, isn't it interesting that this series is being run pn Mother's Day + 2?
Not that I'm cynical about the program before seeing it (just a little edgy about the ads) but, you know, I hadn't been "following" Mother's Day, this year, until earlier this week. That's when it hit me that the begins on Mother's Day. My guess is that the promoters will find a more sympathetic audience among people who are celebrating their mothers but, the more I think about it, the more I wonder if people might be just as likely to ignore the series because the last weekend they want to contemplate the possibility (or the reality) of their mothers having Alzheimer's is Mother's Day weekend. It'll be interesting to see how widely the series is watched.
See you there, Mona.

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