I anchor the 4:00, 5:00, 6:00, and 11:00 newscasts weeknights on CBS46.

I’m married to my college sweetheart. We have a 14 year old daughter and two dogs.

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  1. I just saw the report on “raw” milk sold in SC. I was raised in Georgia on a small farm where what we grew is what we ate. I remember the first time at the ripe age of 14 that I tasted pasteurized milk. I told my mother that this was a really bad joke to just make water white so we would drink it. It was sooooo horrible, and watery. After I moved to Atlanta after high school, and my family was out of the “farming” business, I would spend 75% of my time going home for weekends, going to families who lived nearby to buy fresh “raw” milk, fresh churned butter, buttermilk, and fresh eggs. I was never as sick growing up until after leaving home for the big city and eating all the “processed” foods. I am now 60 years old, and have several serious medical incurable diseases. I still believe if I could have stayed and worked the farm that these things would have never been an issue in my life. I was not sure where to submit my comment, but I feel very strongly about all the “processes” of food that have made this world so sick. I am very happy to see Dagmar returning to the “natural” world of eating like this.

  2. Stephanie- I wish this wasn’t such public response to your blogs. Oh well, My son Kasey was in your daughters daycare class back Portland. He is autistic, and I remember that she liked him. She was very cute with her blonde curls.

    Anyway, the point. My wife and I have three special needs children. Two of them severely Autistic and one has RTS. I have a blog I have started, to help parents of special needs children, but my testimony has come to a difficult and emotional part of the story. I have found it difficult to keep writing.

    I would love for someone like yourself, to take a look at the blog and see how it reads, Is the emotion there, and is the message obvious 9though it’s not complete). I am certain you get so much in the way of numbers of e-mails and desired correspondence. but, if you get a moment. I do have something to say.


    thank you!

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