January 3, 2013 | Vol. 116 -- No. 37

Keeping true love strong

by Luella dow

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Becca Storr worked in a plasma center at Davenport, Iowa for a year before she came west to Washington. The company had a policy that an employee could be transferred to anywhere they chose. Becca chose Eastern Washington because she had a second cousin she thought she’d visit.

Becca Storr had an instant job in Spokane’s plasma center. But not knowing any of the other employees and quite alone, she longed to go home again. Her mother, who lives in Illinois, said, “Give it six months and if you still feel that way you can come home.” Six months! Three weeks...

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