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The Duffle Bag Princess

It's not everyday a 10 year-old bag lady is proud to live up to her name. When Makenzie Snyder heard how foster kids use trash bags to carry their stuff she knew she had to do something. Back to Article

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danycantug
danycantug wrote:
2014-09-19 09:14:10 -0700

Hi! I am trying to find Makenzie's webpage, but the link you have in the article doesn't work, it sends me to a kidzworld page. If you could help me find it, that would be great!

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Talk with you parents patiently. Equally talk to your brother & ask why he's doing it. 
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