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Your Letters

MS. REBECCA SHEIR

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You know what makes us happy here at "Metro Connection?" Hearing from our listeners. So now we'll share a few of the messages we've received from listeners like you.

MS. REBECCA SHEIR

00:00:20
On our recent Winging It, show reporter Phil Harold profiled Shawn Westfall, who's celebrating his 10th anniversary of teaching improv in Washington D.C. We received a tweet from @kevinwalshvox wrote, "Shawn Westfall taught me improv. He's a very talented and funny man, well-deserved."

MS. REBECCA SHEIR

00:00:39
And our Motherhood show, Emily Berman brought us the story of Twanda Washington, a career woman who became a mother in her early 40s. Listener Mercel (sp?) wrote, "Such a touching account of the early days of motherhood. My mother always told me that an overwhelming amount of love is present when your baby is born. Maybe all encompassing is a better description."

MS. REBECCA SHEIR

00:01:01
If you have a message you'd like to send us our email address is metro@wamu.org.

MS. REBECCA SHEIR

00:01:23
Up next it's the latest in our Eating in the Embassy series, as we visit the D.C. digs of the world's happiest nation.

UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1

00:01:30
So I would say seafood and oil and the small cities we have.

SHEIR

00:01:34
That's the secret to happiness?

#1

00:01:36
It could be.

SHEIR

00:01:37
Plus we'll turn to you to hear your happiest memories. That and more is coming your way on "Metro Connection," on WAMU 88.5.
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