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  • Eleanor Farrell
    Here s another query via the Mythsoc web site.......
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 3 12:42 PM
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      Here's another query via the Mythsoc web site.......

      >Status: U
      >X-Originating-IP: [208.60.175.3]
      >From: "Cristina Nieves" <jupiterpowder@...>
      >To: emfarrell@...
      >Subject: Question
      >Date: Fri, 02 Aug 2002 10:40:14 -0400
      >X-OriginalArrivalTime: 02 Aug 2002 14:40:14.0867 (UTC)
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      >Hello,
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      >I came upon your website while researching an obscure bedtime story.
      >Seeing as how your website specializes in just that, I thought
      >perhaps you might be able to help me.
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      >I do not know the name of the story, the author or who narrates it.
      >I only know the story itself.
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      >It is a story about a boy who finds the end of a rainbow in a
      >bucket. A goldfish inside the bucket tells the boy to cut a piece of
      >the rainbow off because it will bring him happiness. The boy does so
      >and on his way home comes across people in need. He ends up cutting
      >pieces of the rainbow and giving them away until he has none left.
      >However the boy feels fulfilled than when he started out with the
      >rainbow to begin with.
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      >If you are at all familiar with that story or might possibly know
      >where I could find more information about it, I would greatly
      >appreciate any information you can give me. I understand that this
      >is a strange request and I apologize for not providing any more
      >information about the story.
      >
      >Thank you so much for reading!
      >
      >-Tina
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