How Mr. Rogers said Farewell.

Via on Oct 29, 2013


Oh, what is this feeling in my heart..!

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Bonus: His testimony before Congress was memorable.

I’m not sure if it’s all or just some episodes, but the show is also free on the PBS website:



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4 Responses to “How Mr. Rogers said Farewell.”

  1. carissa says:

    A friend of mine interned with him and said he was exactly who he seemed to be…just a bit more fiesty in private about things that upset his integral ethical nature. Tough and sweet, plus great cardigans.

  2. Carrie says:

    I love this man, even more as an adult than I did as a child. Wish I could have met him.

  3. Clementine says:

    Such a lovely man. His commitment to making children feel safe and loved was such a powerful example and gift. Love.

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