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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Maybe I should try to unload that asshole dog Jack on them

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — For families staying at the Ronald McDonald House, stress relievers are an important part of the healing process. 

Marquisha Reed has been staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Kansas City, Missouri, while her infant son, Ezra, recovers from his second heart surgery at Children's Mercy Hospital. 

"It's been a long road," Reed said. Her other two children are at home in Wichita, so she's been spending a lot of time alone. 

Benson the 2-year-old burner-doodle, a recent full-time addition to the staff at the Ronald McDonald House, has been helping comfort Reed.

2 comments:

  1. Now, if McDonald's started serving up actual food...THAT would be even more impressive!

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  2. Jack might come back all tame, those kids have a way.

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