Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Blog #40 - Henry Poole reactions

Pick one of the following topics and write about it based on your own personal experience (200 words minimum).

1. You can’t go to the past to fix the present.” - Esperanza said when Henry visited his parents' house. Agree or disagree? Why?

2. Noam Chomsky said: "As soon as questions of will or decision or reason or choice of action arise, human science is at a loss" 1.

Patience quotes him in the movie, and then follows it up with these lines: "It means that not everything needs an explanation. Sometimes, things happen b/c we choose for them to happen. I chose to believe."

Is she saying that because she believed the miracle on Henry's wall to be true, then that made it true? Or is she saying something else? If you could choose for one thing to come true / exist, what would that be and why?

3. During the dinner date, Dawn said to Henry as he tried backing away from getting closer to her was: "I know you're gonna die. But all that either of us have is right now, and we should pay attention to that." We talked today about how Henry might be feeling selfish and keeping people out w/ the way he's acting. But when he said, "I am paying attention." And that's why he can't do this (meaning fall for Dawn, go where the date will eventually lead ). Did Henry stop being selfish there for a moment? Or did he revert back to himself again? Why?

4. I get the feeling that Henry senses that there are greater forces at work, somehow helping him, coming to heal him, yet he feels unworthy of this sense of grace. Why he feels unworthy, I don't know. Maybe it's not unworthy, maybe it's pride or stubbornness in his own beliefs that life has just dealt him an awful hand. Maybe he has accepted this fate, for lack of a better word, and decided to deal with it in his own way despite a higher power demanding an audience. What do you think of this idea?

5. There's got to be a reason why Patience is named Patience. What about the name Esperanza? It's Spanish for Hope. what made me think about Hope (besides the Obama-themed poster of Henry) was when he was about to destroy the wall and he yelled, "Hope can't save you!" And the last of the virtues would be Love symbolized by Dawn and Faith by Millie (who was the first one to test the validity of the wall).

Henry, on the other hand, would symbolize the seven deadly sins - sloth, gluttony, lust, greed, anger, envy and pride. A stretch? Maybe. How would he symbolize the seven?

6. Do you think Henry symbolizes Descartes' skepticism of one's senses?  Or does Henry go beyond that to a total skepticism of everything: religion, senses, peoples' good intentions, etc. until he finally discovers that he's not going to die?  Why? 

Due Thursday, 1/20/11 before class begins. 
Thanks. I hope you enjoyed the movie. I was glad to have found it.


  1. I agree with Esperanza when she says “you can’t go to the past to fix the present”. This is a wise statement because, firstly, the statement+ explains that people shouldn’t look back with perfect 20/20 hindsight and say what they could have, should have, or would have done, and ,secondly, it states that you shouldn’t do anything you might regret, because you can never go back to fix it. Henry doesn’t seem like the kind of person who cares about his future because he thinks he is going to die the entire movie. This is shown when he is buying the house. First, he is willing to pay $30,000 more than he had to, and secondly when the saleswoman offers to fix the house but he refuses. In fact, when she does fix the house he is annoyed and tells her to stop with the repairs. However, once he realized that he is going to live his world opens up. Towards the end of the movie, Henry sees his opportunity for a future with Dawn and seizes the opportunity. It is only then that he starts to look forward rather than backward and it is only then that he can truly heed Esperanza’s advice.

    -Ben Robinson

  2. 2. I believe that what she was saying was that she saw the wall work. She saw that it was a miracle and was told that if she had fate it would help her. She trusted her senses and started to believe. Every part of her body believed that if she were to touch this wall with Jesus’ face on it that she would be cured. Sometimes in science if you believe something enough it can happen. Not to the extreme that you might be thinking. There are monks that can raise the temperature of their own bodies just by believing and willing it to happen. People can do crazy amazing feats just by will alone. I’m not saying I believe that the wall had special powers but there are cases they amazing things like that happen just because we believe with every fiber of our body and will it to happen. There isn’t one thing that I would want to will to happen but many little things. My mom always told me that if you think you can do it and you will yourself too then there is no way in the world you can’t. Every day I will myself. I will do all my homework in one sitting. I will study for an hour for this test, I will work that extra day. These aren’t impossible feats but the second you say you can’t, there’s no hope for you to finnish.

    Ryan St. John

  3. “You can’t go to the past to fix the present.” I both agree and disagree with this statement. There are two ways to take this statement. In the movies case, (in Henry’s case,) you can’t go back to places where bad things have happened in your life and think that just because you are there and there under different circumstances that it’s going to make all of the problems that once occurred there go away. In his case, for example, he was hoping that going back to his old house would create some kind of closure to the problems and bad memories he had there as a child. It didn’t work; he said that it didn’t for him. But there is another way to take that statement. It is possible to look in the past and look at the mistakes that we have made. Take war for example (even though we keep making the same mistakes, that’s beside the point,) we can learn from the mistakes we have made in the past and find ways to prevent ourselves from doing it again. Although, this would apply more if the statement was “You can’t go to the past to fix the future.” But it still works!
    Alex Grigorian

  4. 6. I think that Henry isn't skeptical of senses or skeptical of everything, I think he is skeptical of faith and religion. When he is diagnosed he seemed to take the diagnosis just as it was. He was like, oh I'm going to die end of story. He didn't even try to look for a second opinion. He didn't turn to religion or faith to guide him through the tough time ahead he just took each day as it came not knowing if he would live or die. I wouldn't have considered this skeptical until Esperanza began talking about the wall and how it cures people. At first when Henry didn't believe her I thought that was normal because I wouldn't have believed her either because I'm skeptical of religion too. Then as the wall actually began to "heal" people I thought he might have at least touched the wall to see if it worked, but he never did. When Henry learns that he isn't going to die I think he might have become a little less skeptical, but I also don't think that skepticism can be so easily forgotten. I think that if there was a sequel to the movie than Henry might lose some of it if more miraculous things happen, but until then I think that Henry was, and will remain, skeptical for faith and religion.

    Jaimmie Koss

  5. 2. I believe that Patience doesn’t have to see to believe. She probably agrees with this quote because now she doesn’t need her glasses anymore. There just couldn’t be a possible scientific explanation as to how she doesn’t have to wear those terrible glasses anymore. Maybe it was a coincidence that right when she touched the wall, something in her brain changed her eyesight. But you rarely see something like that happen daily, especially with terrible eyes like hers.
    There could be another possible miracle as to why something like that would happen, but watching Millie talk right after she touched the wall, made me finally believe that the face of God is on Henry Poole’s wall.
    There are so many things that I would want to come true. I would want to stop my speech impediment or have a cure for cancer and AIDS. I would want to have some magical substance so every time I would take it, I would get an A on every single test I took for the rest of my life. The single most thing that I would want to come true/ exist it no more women and children abuse around the world. Recently in my Human Sexuality class, we have been learning about multicultural differences in the world. As I was learning, it brought me back to a book called A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini, which is about how the women of Afghanistan were treated during the Taliban rein. I was so shocked to find out how they were beaten and raped almost everyday. It makes me want to cry every time because I am a female and I feel guilty for having it so good in life. So I want to end abuse in women and children because they literally create our future.

  6. 2. I agree with Patience in this instance. She is saying that just because something can't be explained with science doesn't mean that it can't happen. For example, Brock Mealer, the brother of a Univ. of Michigan Football player was in a car crash on Christmas of '09. He lost his dad and his girlfriend. The doctors told him he was paralyzed from the neck down and would never walk again; but by the grace of god, Brock was able to walk again and lead the football team out of the tunnel at the opening game this past fall. This is something that doctors are still baffled by. Science is at a loss for words as to how his disability was resolved. Chomsky is completely right in this sense. I also agree with what patience said to be coupled with the quote. One way to interpret her words is that sometimes you don't see or experience something special until you are ready to. God is the one who picks that time. Patience was ready to experience the power of the wall from the beginning, but Henry was not able to experience it until after he had seen its power and ability to help everyone around him. It required him to start to believe, though only subtly and deep down within him, before he could experience the miracle that the wall offered to give.

  7. 3. Even though I didn’t see the dinner date with Dawn, I can still imagine how it went down. Henry backing away from Dawn was not selfish at all, it was in fact the opposite. He knows it isn’t fair for Dawn to fall in love with him when he will only be alive for a few more months. And even though Dawn says she knows what she’s doing and the consequences, Henry doesn’t let her anyway because he knows that in the long run, she will suffer. In this situation, Dawn displays stoicism in that she accepts that Henry will die, so she’s grabbing the opportunity to fall in love with him when he’s still alive. When Henry retorts, “I am paying attention,” he’s basically saying that he’s not worth all of the pain she would go through, and by saying that he’s caring for her in a cold, harsh way. Perhaps that was what his “original” self had been thinking all along, so he did revert back in a way. His original thought was probably, “I’ve got six months to live, I might as well do whatever the heck I want and not drag anybody else into my business so that I won’t hurt more people than I have to.” Twisted as it is, it’s the only way to protect Dawn.

    Gretchen, 3rd hour

  8. I fully agree with Esperanza’s comment “ you can’t go to the past to fix the present”. When it comes to the movie, you can’t go to places where terrible things have happened and expect due to you are there that those hardships at present time will be vanished. This was defiantly the case, when Esperanza takes Henry to the house that Henry so long fully wanted to see. When they arrived, you find out that was where he use to live and where his parents use to fight all the time. He thought with going there that he would be able to erase the fact that he has disease. Although, in reality, it really didn’t give him the satisfaction he needed, and ultimately didn’t cure his disease. I honestly wish I could go back in the past and fix the present. Unfortunately, we don’t have the ability, which then leads me consider everything I do in life. For example, when I take a final, I always study my hardest to make sure I won’t fail. In addition, I know I wont have the ability to go back and study then take the test again. In conclusion, I think people should live life to their fullest, and try to make avoid mistakes because you can’t fix the past.

    Dylan Reiners Hour: 3rd

  9. 1. "You cant go to the past to fix the present." - Esperanza
    For a crazy lady, she is actually very wise. When she says this to Henry I couldn't help but agree. Her words make sense but sometimes people do tend to get caught up in the past. Sometimes when situations don't go as planned; people get scared and try to find familiarity. What better place to find familiarity than in one's past? Although this type of thinking seems reasonable, it sadly doesn't seem to work. Sometimes seeing the past can spark emotions of comfort, but those feelings don't last and may actually increase the intensity of the issues that one has in their "now". The only way to better ones life is by relieving ones self of all the negatives that are carried inside ones self, and try to live for today. When I say "live for today" I mean that one should try to take the situation they were put in and try to make the best of it.Things like grudges will only hold a person back from enjoying the good things that are happening in their present. Going to the past for help wont change anything, the past is the past for a reason, its unchangeable and doesn't have the ability to fix problems of today.

    3rd Hour
    Natalie Hords

  10. 1.When Esperanza says “You can’t go to the past to fix the present” I agree. She is pretty much saying that you have to live with what you have done or have not done. An individual cannot go back to a time in their lives and fix it. What you can work on is the now, the present. If a person regrets something than you have to start from your present day and work from there. I personally do agree because whatever choice a person makes they have to stand by it. You simply cannot go back into time and fix it. When Henry went back to the river or he wanted his old house, he in a way wanted to recreate his childhood. Many things have changed between his childhood and now. When Henry needed to feel comfort he went back to the river and Esperanza took him inside his old home. Those were just ways to comfort him, not really take him back to the past and fix mistakes that had already happened. If you really think about it what can Henry or any person do if they go to the past? Nothing it is completely pointless to go back and try to fix something that happened. If it happened then it must have happened for a reason. There is always a reason for things to happen.

    Mariam Sharaf
    3rd Hour

  11. 3. I think this is one scene where a lot of people would think that Henry was being rude or selfish but I think that he did the right thing. He knew that he was going to die so why would he want to get involved with a woman and just hurt her. He made a choice to protect Dawn instead of doing what he wanted. When he said “I am paying attention” he was thinking about what the reality really was, that he was going to die and leave a heart broken Dawn and Millie behind. I can see how people would think that Henry was going back to his old self by ending the night. He seemed to be going back to the Henry that just wanted to be alone and bask in his sorrow. But in reality he was just doing what he thought would be less painful for him and Dawn. I know that I would want a guy to think of me before him if I was in that situation. I do think that Henry did the right thing and was being very selfless, despite what other people may think

  12. Answering number one:

    “You can’t go to the past to fix the present.” The quote is basically sayings that you cannot go back to a certain circumstance or situation in one’s life to fix a thing, because it already happened. Fixing something that occurred ages back is no good for the present. So, when Esperanza told Henry “You can’t go to the past to fix the present,” when Henry was visiting his parents’ house, she was telling Henry that everything bad that occurred when things became bad, like when his parents fought often, he cannot fix those years and problematic situations by going back years later. The mental damage from those circumstances are already done, it is too late. In the past, Henry would run down to the Los Angeles River (Concrete River), do what he enjoyed, in aspirations to get away from it all essentially. That was in the past, and it should have been fixed in the past. Resolving issues in the present are useless if they occurred such a long time ago. So, I do agree with Esperanza’s statement. The damage is done; thinking of resolutions in the present for past things is somewhat idiotic, live in the now. Esperanza was completely right at that time and place. In my personal life, I have had problems with others when it comes to sports, like if a player was being a ball hog. Complaining about the fact he/she was a ball hog in a different time and place is utterly idiotic, talking about it years later won’t resolve anything. At that moment of time, something should have been done to resolve the issue of that person being a ball hog, whether it is confrontations, or any other mechanisms. Things have to happen in the present at that moment it occurred, not later on when it is way too late.

    Jake Stein
    3rd Hour

  13. 2. First off, I agree with Noam Chomsky’s quote. There are some things that science just cannot explain. These might be called miracles, coincidences, etc., but they do happen, and there is no explanation for them. Well, actually, some would say that there is an explanation for them. In my opinion, there is something that causes these things to happen, some sort of higher power. I don’t think that Patience thinks that the wall itself caused anything to happen. It also doesn’t matter whether you touch the wall or not. The only thing that matters is if you actually believe in what the wall represents. This is not necessarily the face of Jesus. It is a just a way of showing your faith. In Patience’s opinion, not everything needs an explanation. I agree with this. I think that some things just need to be taken on faith, and that they do not necessarily need to be answered. Patience was “rewarded” in some ways, because of her faith.

    Tyler Porritt

  14. 1. I agree with Esperanza in that you can’t go into the past to fix the present. Time always keeps marching forward no matter what you do. When you dwell on the past you get stuck there. The world then starts to change around you and you get lost in it. That’s why old people get so angry at the world, its changing to fast and they want to feel young and stuck in the past. This is what come in a society where we don’t respect the old. In places where the old are respected more, old people aren’t curmudgeons but rather happy wise people.
    The past cannot fix the present because the past is gone and the world keeps changing around us. Adults have responsibilities that keep them from hiding in the past. Besides this, we can’t change what has happened. I cannot go back and stop a fight that has happened, it has happened. I can apologize for it now, but I cannot change it. You have to deal with what is dealt to you. That is what living is, growing and changing. The past is what we can learn from, not what we can change, we change the future, we deal with the present and we learn from the past.

    Natalie Douma
    hour 3

  15. 3. During Henry’s dinner date with Dawn, Henry tries to back out because he doesn’t think that it is fair to get into a serious relationship with her because he is dying. I think that he is not acting selfishly in doing this. In fact, I believe that he is doing just the opposite. He may want to have a relationship with Dawn, even if it must be cut short. But since he cares for her, he doesn’t want to hurt her because he knows he is going to die soon. So he is acting very selflessly in this way because he pays attention to what is best for Dawn, not what was best for him. This is a definite change is his character and his overall outlook on life. Before this incident, Henry was only watching out for himself. After the incident, it would seem, he is taking the considerations of other into account, even putting them before his own.

  16. I agree with Esperanza, that “ you can’t go to the past to fix the present.” The quote deals with the whole notion of not dwelling in the past. People waste too much time looking back on past events wishing they could’ve chosen a different outcome; I’m guilty of doing this a lot especially with academics. One of the most annoying things that can haunt students is picking the right answer, but then choosing a different one. When you get the test back, you think about how much of a better grade you would’ve got had you just stuck with it. But no matter how much you think about it, it won’t make a difference you just have to move on and not let this experience weigh down your next opportunity. In a sense you just have to live in the now, and don’t let “what if” scenarios come into your mind, because in the end you have what you have and you need to be happy with that. Dawn told Henry this in the movie, when they were having dinner that at that moment all they had was each other. No matter what Henry did he couldn’t alter his past and get rid of his illness (although we learn later he may have not been sick at all), together they had to live in the now and not worry about the past or future.

    Austin Slawinski
    3rd Hour

  17. 1. I agree and disagree with Esperanza when she says “You can’t go to the past to fix the present.” She says this as Henry and her are walking through Henry’s old house. Henry had come back to this place because it is where he grew and up. He wanted to “hide” because he believed he was dying. The fact of the matter is that just because you go back to a place you were before, all your new problems aren’t just going to stay where you cam e from. They will come with you everywhere you go. I disagree, however, because I believe sometimes certain places have special meaning for people and they can feel comfort from being there. So will it solve your problems, most likely not, but it may definitely help in a spiritual sense or simply in just making someone comfortable. In the case of Henry Poole though, I believe it didn’t help him at all to go back to his old house. It didn’t seem like, to me, that he got any comfort from going back.

    Andrew Sadler

  18. 1. I agree with Esperanza about when she says, “You can’t go to the past to fix the present,” because the past is the past, the present is the present, and the future is the future. Each action in the different time frames is represented specifically in that moment of time. It doesn’t matter what you do or when you do it, I believe that your actions define you now in the present that you see yourself in. Otherwise if we could somehow “time travel” into the past, then we would end up creating an alternate reality that would be the present. Ironically this idea can be seen in the movies “Back to the Future 2” and “The Butterfly effect,” both of which experience the alternate present from different actions in the past. This is exactly why the past will remain the past. However if one were to want to change the present, they should look to the future from the present and take actions based on what they want to happen in the future. Then when the future becomes the present, the actions in the past will represent what you wanted to happen in the future, will now be present. An excellent quote showing this would be, “the past is history, the future is a mystery, but today is a gift, which is why they call it the present.” (Kung fu Panda)

    Jared Monchnik
    3rd hr

  19. Henry throughout the movie clearly portrayed the devil's advocate relative to those around him. He represented the seven deadly sins of sloth, gluttony, lust, greed, anger, envy and pride.He obviously represented a sloth in a majority of the movie because all that bum Luke Wilson was sit around and mope and complain about everything. He would just lay down in a dark room and do some wierd stuff. Then when Dawn was clearly coming on to him he couldn't deliver. Another big falling out of Henry Poole was his gluttony. My mans had a serious drinking issue. He would go to the supermarket and buy loads of vodka, then get rowdy drinking alone at home. That's a seroius sign of alcoholism. Great guy though. Henry didn't really display much lust. At some points I thought he was gay actually. Dawn is a complete babe and the fact he wasn't lusting over her is incredible. When they kissed I was convinced he had supernatural self-control. Henry Poole (Luke Wilson) displayed some greediness throughout the movie. He was getting a wonderful house and he kept insisting on getting the house down the street, although it was his old house, this was very greedy of him. I mean be happy for what you have. Don't always tries to get more and more. Great guy though. Henry was a very angry man. I would be to if I was going to die, but besides that point. I wouldn't do what he did. I'd go all bucket list on the world and get stuff done. He clearly has a lot of money from somehwere and if he was just going to sit around and wait to die he might as well have just shot himself right then and there. He got angry at Esperanza when she tried to help, and he got angry at Patience when she reached out to him. His inner anger fueled his irritability and ungratification to those around. Owen's brother, although he did not directly show it, clearly envied the faith that those around him showed in the human spirit and the power of God. He'd grown up with things clearly not going his way that he has no faith in the higher powers. But he wants to believe so bad, but it's not something he can bring himself to do. Lastly Henry displayed much pride. I don't really see that as a sin myself. But he showed pride in the fact that he was unwilling to give in to the love shown around him by Millie and Dawn. He was so bitter and embattled inside that he couldn't, for a while, bring himself to accept them.

    -Evan JakeStein Fried

  20. I agree with esperanza when she says "You can't go to the past to fix the present" You cant change what happens in the past. All thats left is to just accept what happened, and live with it. If you take a test and get a bad grade on it, and you keep on looking back at it, chances are you havent been studying for the next test. Because you have been so worried with the last one that is over and done with. So you take this test and you get a horrible grade, because everyday you had to try to prove it to yourself that you could do good on the test. Instead of worrying about doing well on the next test. You should meditate so that you can clear your head of the past and worry about what is in front of you. You can control your future, but the past is already done and over with. Dont worry about the past you cant change it. I really enjoyed the movie.

    Josh Cecile

  21. 2. Patience is saying that some things can’t be proven, and that’s alright. I also believe that her message has a double meaning: one of hope and optimism for Henry Poole. I do well on my physics quizzes when I say to myself “I’m going to do my best” and I don’t do well when I don’t. I don’t do well on my algebra two quizzes when I say to myself “I’m going to do my best”. Some things can’t be proven. But it never hurts to believe. Patience had faith in the wall, and I believe the director exaggerated her miracle. But that’s alright. Because she had faith, something good came her way. She put that good energy in to the world and, call it karma if you will, something good came back her way. Henry Poole was making himself miserable, so, miserable things came his way. The women in the neighborhood, I believe, helped him out of that cycle. Dawn especially. Seeing Millie try so hard. Even Esperanza and her persistence. Having faith, or believing, doesn’t always mean somethings gonna change. But it makes life a hell of a lot brighter.

  22. 3. During Henry’s dinner date with Dawn, Henry tries to back out because he doesn’t think that it is fair to get into a serious relationship with her because he is dying. I think that he is not acting selfishly in doing this. In fact, I believe that he is doing just the opposite. He may want to have a relationship with Dawn, even if it must be cut short. But since he cares for her, he doesn’t want to hurt her because he knows he is going to die soon. So he is acting very selflessly in this way because he pays attention to what is best for Dawn, not what was best for him. This is a definite change is his character and his overall outlook on life. Before this incident, Henry was only watching out for himself. After the incident, it would seem, he is taking the considerations of other into account, even putting them before his own.

    andrew g.

  23. 1. I agree with this quote that Esperanza said. When something happens in the past that is still affecting your life you need to try and forget about what happened so that you will eventually be able to move on and fix your life. What I’m trying to say is that you need to live in the present; you can’t live and dwell on past events in your life. If something is wrong in your life and you know that the problem is linked to a past event. You need to explore and try to find different ways in the present to help you. A way to possibly fix the problem is to believe. In the movie Henry was having problems with his past particularly his parents fighting when he was young. Henry would not believe, he thought that his life was planned out and there would be no way to fix it, (the end was inevitable). I think that if he would have believed that his life would be better, things would have gotten better. For example if he would have believed that when he was with dawn he would be happier, he would start to enjoy the things that they do together. This quote is saying that when you’re having a hard time, use and think of things from the present to help you get better.

    Matt Trogu

  24. I agree with Esperanza because the past is set in stone. Although we can reflect and learn from the past it doesn’t mean it will change present. I believe in some ways if we look back on what’s happened, it may make the present worse because we miss the past. In Henry’s case he felt depressed when he went back to his old house. It wasn’t what he imagined, and by going back if worsened his mood. If he didn't go back he would have a perfect ideal image in his head that would never ruined. In philosophy terms this goes back to ideal form and perfect forms because what we perceive to be perfect in reality might not be once we achieve or reach it.
    The most important thing to do to solve our issues is by focusing on the now. If we dwell on the past nothing will physically fix. Emotions might change along with thoughts and opinions, but in Henry’s he’s still going to die. Esperanza was trying to convince Henry that “although the house visit didn’t fix him he still shouldn’t lose hope.” Irony? Esperanza still had hope for Mr. Poole to find happiness. In end it was the present that fixed him through touching the wall.

  25. 3. I think that Henry doesn’t really know how to react anymore. It seems as if he altogether changed when he found out he was dying. I think he really wants to hope that he’ll get better and that he doesn’t have to think about the end, but whenever he finally starts to live, he thinks about how he’s going to dies soon and can’t seem to get past that fact. I think that when Dawn left to go put Millie back to bed, he realizes that being with Dawn means being with Mille and he can’t stand to hurt both of them. The thing he takes for granted, though, is that Dawn knows fully that he’s going to die but still wants to go along for the ride while they can. I think this is when he gets selfish a little bit, almost out of habit. He always pulls into himself, and tries not to make any ties or connections while he’s still around. He doesn’t want to hurt anyone else with the fact that he’s leaving. I think he doesn’t realize that making a connection is okay and that he’s still actually around and should be able to have fun and take risks sometimes. I think this also ties into the part when he originally asked Dawn out on a date, she told him it would’ve been worse if he didn’t. To her, it’s worth it to try and make life meaningful and fill it up as much as possible, and she just wants Henry to see this.

    Alice T.


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