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'Hobbits Seem Irish Enough'

The best of today's comments from Patch account-holders in your town and neighboring communities.

'Hobbits Seem Irish Enough'

NEW CANAAN: "I would not have traded being home with my children for anything in the world. I was able to volunteer in the community, at church and in their schools. I'm not saying that working moms are doing anything wrong, I admire them for being able to juggle so much and still be great parents. As a stay-at-home mom, I never minded lending a helping hand to a mom who had to work, perhaps by driving their kids to or from an activity, or any other way that I could. We are a community and we all need to support each other. Those working moms were perhaps able to contribute more to the community in terms of money, and I gave my time. It's a balance for the community, we should all respect either choice." Four Jacks wrote this in response to a post by "Local Voices" blogger Dr. Laurel Schwartz about

NORWALK: "There is O'Neil's and then there is everyone else." wrote this in response to Norwalk Patch's poll asking readers about

SHELTON: "Home, watching Lord of the Rings. Hobbits seem Irish enough." Danny Benjamin wrote this on Shelton Patch's Facebook page in response to a poll asking readers about

WESTON-REDDING-EASTON: "Great story about friendship, commitment and memories. It's funny how some animals come into your life and leave a lasting impact. Keep up the good work." wrote this in response to an article about the

WILTON: "Happy Birthday Girl Scouts! Keep those cookies coming as well ..." wrote this in response to an opinion piece by Heather Borden Herve about

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