School’s out for summer and this brings to mind the image of children running wild in the streets. So this week we decided to cover stories of feral children. Dana tells us about Marie Le Blanc, the wild girl of Champagne. This is a wild rags to riches story that many historians find unbelievable. Nydia tells us about the Ugandan Monkey boy, John Ssabunnya. His achievements will blow your mind. Cindy tells us some listener stories.
For dinner this week, Cindy served us a delicious Seasoned Pork Loin, Salad and
Stuffed mushrooms. All foods she thought would remind us of the great outdoors.
For dessert, she took us to France with a French fruit tart. The meal was paired with Bally Lapierre Cremant Brut Reserve Champagne. A little bubbly to lift the spirits.
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