A TRUSTY TOME

Reader's Digest (Canada) - - Letters -

In July 1947, at age 17, I bought my first copy of Reader’s Di­gest in

French. I still own that mag­a­zine as well as many other RD prod­ucts I’ve pur­chased over the years. My house is filled with them! When my late­hus­band was still alive, he used to tease me for the fre­quency with which I’d ref­er­ence sto­ries I’d read in the mag­a­zine. His mock­ery quickly be­came a fam­ily joke. Th­ese days, when­ever a dis­cus­sion has no ob­vi­ous res­o­lu­tion, my kids and I even­tu­ally con­clude the con­ver­sa­tion by ac­cept­ing the so­lu­tion must be re­side some­where in the pages of Reader’s Di­gest. Thank you so very much for 70 years of en­ter­tain­ment, ad­vice and good read­ing.

MONIQUE MARINIER, Roxboro, Que.

Pub­lished let­ters are edited for length and clar­ity.

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