'Rick's List' provides wonderful weekly laughs
Every Saturday in the Daybreak section of The Day, myself, family, and friends enjoy reading “Rick’s List,” by Rick Koster. Later on, after reading, I will call friends or family members and we will enjoy a second laugh together.
We really loved the story about his new puppy Mabel and current dog, Virgil, “Rick’s List — New Puppy Edition,” (Feb. 12). With so many heartbreaking stories in the world, especially the pandemic ones, “Rick’s List” puts a spring in our steps with his creativity and humor. Being in our 60s and 70s, we love reading about the good old days and all his adventures!
May all of us who appreciate and love “Rick’s list” be blessed with reading it every Saturday for years to come.
Diane L. Amburn
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