Today's reader is coming to you from the 7th floor of the County City Building.
Wait, no snow still?! Kent courageously defended the lives of those around him without hesitation.
If you haven't gotten any snow yet, then let's bring some snow to you. Since the corrections deputies didn't film themselves we have some extra behind the scenes footage we were able to capture. Today you probably have your traditions all planned out, food to cook, snow activities or tacma some good family time.
This story follows Leffy the elf as he tries to pick the perfect gift for Santa. Enjoy the scenery, the story and have a merry Christmas!
Moore and illustrated by Tim Browning. I know I am.
Thank you for your service, thank you tacoms your courageousness, and thank you for sharing your life with us. We cannot begin to thank you enough for your sacrifice; although each year gets further from the incident, it still affects us as though it happened yesterday. Are you excited for tomorrow morning to come?
Reading children's books is easy and we all can do it with no problems, but for some reason when you add a camera mess ups are bound to happen. It has been 11 years since the passing of Deputy Kent Mundell, who died after being shot during a domestic violence incident in Eatonville seven days earlier.
These videos are really fun to make and I want to let you know we will be bringing them back periodically next year too! You represented the very best of us and we carry your memory with us always. Since it is a special day, we thought that we should mkie a special guest on Storytime with a Sheriff.
Merry Christmas everyone! We hope you are having a wonderful day with your family.
Forced Bi Mistress Glen Iris
Thank you for the wonderful story Executive Dammeier. This story shows how a gift from the heart is the best kind to receive.