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  1. Here is a comment from May 14, 2005
    Pam: AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!! Poems of Worth …..I remember MANY!!!!! Keep it going!!!!!!! Pam

  2. Date: 13 May 2005

    I can not believe you finally have your web site. This is great. Love Kathy

  3. Date: 14 May 2005
    Comments
    BETTE, WAY TO GO GIRL! CAROL

  4. Date: 14 May 2005
    Comments
    I forgot one thing…As long as you 3 musketeers are together…You’ll always have poems to share !!!!! It’s all about good memories…Or even bad ones !!! I’ll have to get you to write a Jamie Angel poem !!! Pam

  5. Date: 15 May 2005
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    Bette: Aunt Kathy told me about the website and I love it! Liz

  6. Date: 15 May 2005
    This is great! And Alex did such a great job. I`ll be checking in and see how your doing. Brother Billy.

  7. Date: 16 May 2005
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    Hoo-ray you finally did it!!!!! I’m very proud of you! The site looks great…it will be interesting to see what kind of response you get. Best of luck! Love ya, Susan

  8. Date: 16 May 2005
    Comments
    Great page Betty. Jean and Tim

  9. Date: 16 May 2005
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    Hi Aunt Bette! Love the website – good job Alex! Look at all these people who signed! That is very cool. I’ve told lots of other people, too. Pretty soon you’ll be famous! See ya’s! -Dana

  10. Date: 17 May 2005
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    Hi Bette! Congratulations on getting your personal website up and running. I have enjoyed reading your ‘step’ poem each year as I walk by your home. And, now I have a place to view all the old poems. The ‘goodbye’ poem for Lee was great. What a good idea to get neighbors to contribute their thoughts so you could incorporate some personal highlights in the poem. Enjoy your rhyming time, may the sun continue to shine on you, and don’t foget to let some sand get between your toes. Carol

  11. Date: 18 May 2005
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    Hey Aunt Betty, thats great i love this website. Im going to pass it onto all my friends. this is so awesome. Now i def have to show charlotte how to use the computer so she can see the poems also.

  12. Date: 20 May 2005
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    Hi, You are the first person I know with their own web site. How cool. Best of luck with it! Jeannie

  13. Date: 25 May 2005
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    I BETTE CONGRATULATION ON YOUR WEB SITE. I ENJOY COMING TO YOUR HOUSE EVERY JANURY FOR ALEX B. DAY AND READ A NEW POEM ON YOUR STEP. YOU ARE A LOVELY AND TALENTED LADY. KEEP UP WITH POEMS SOMEDAY YOU WILL BE RECONISED AND BECAME FAMOUS. MORE POWER TO YOU. GOOD LUCK FROM THE ITALIAN WITH FANNY ACCENT. LOVE NICK

  14. Date: 30 May 2005
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    OK Bette, we`ll give it a shot your poems are great, mine are not This may be wierd,but to sign your site it all should ryhme to make it right. it must be a gene thing that at times lets us talk in silly ryhmes. Mom would say its alright! you`ve got yourself one helluva site! Billy W.

  15. Date: 06 Jun 2005
    Comments
    Good job bette is………..stacey

  16. Date: 29 Jun 2005
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    hi bette-your own web site- really cool -congratulations -it is really nice to revisit your poems – to anyone reading this who does not know bette worths work -her personalized poems are just wonderful – a great gift for someone special – bette is very talented – good job bette -nice site and best of luck- from a long time fan of “step-rapper “” -bob e

  17. Date: 30 Jun 2005
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    Bette, I have always loved seeing your poems on the stairs, and love being able to see tham all on your web site! You are a talented poet, and a wonderful seaside philosopher. Thank you for sharing your art in this unique way! Susan Palmer (East Brunswick resident, but Manasquan resident in my heart)

  18. Date: 01 Jul 2005
    Comments
    Your steps are among my very favorite memories of Manasquan. In the years that we rented there, a visit to your steps was as important as the time spent on the beach and the walks on the boardwalk. Amy Fetzer

  19. I am twelve years old and in the summer of 2004 rented the green house next to Bette Worth’s house. My family currently owns a house further down on first avenue and I love walking by Bette’s house on the way to Carlson’s Corner or the inlet and reading her steps. I’ve admired them for many years. I think it is great that you created Poems of Worth.com. Caroline A.

  20. BETTY,

    A VERY HAPPY, HEALTHY, SAFE & FUN HOLIDAY SEASON, & NEW YEAR’S, TO YOU AND EVERYONE WHO YOU CARE ABOUT AND LOVE.

    OUR BEST WISHES & FOR MUCH WARMER WEATHER,

    COUSIN DAVID, BETH, HANNAH & JOSHUA (PART OF THE “FUN HOUSE” CREW).

  21. Nick Holt

    Page looks great aunt bette! now everybody can experience your great poetry

  22. Dana Worth

    Your updated website is amazing! I got totally hooked. I really love it. I just know Bette June Worth will be a famous name one of these days!

  23. Friend

    Fun site!!

  24. I see your mother in you Bette
    An astonishing woman was she.
    Always musing, ever caring,
    Joyful songs of family faring.
    As you continue your Poems of Worth,
    Thank you for your gift of mirth.

    I think this my first attempt at a pathetic piece of poetry. Somewhere in my memories, Erma Dorrer, my eighth grade teacher at Manasquan Elementary School, insisted I write a poem about our country and actually found it acceptable. That was pretty respectable coming from her as she was a very accomplished woman. This is an address if you would like to read an oral history about her. http://www.visitmonmouth.com/oralhistory/bios/DorrerErma.htm

    Also, my Website is one of many that I maintain, but this is a gift to the church so I feel I can say it is mine.

    Thanks Bette June……..your Website is lovely and I will visit it often. My friend also enjoys your whimsy, but she will not, unfortunately, sign your guestbook. Please keep this Website flowing, everyone needs a little joy in their life and you are providing just that.
    (((Hugs))) Marion Taylor

  25. Doug Helm

    I could never be a poet,
    but to be from Manasquan is to know it.
    Such really great memories
    bring tears to our revories.
    I’ll never forget the days and the nights
    that we all spent in the lights.

    My attempt.

    Doug H.

    Luv ya girl! !

  26. LoisAnn Lang (Putnam)

    What a wonderful talent!! Thanks for sharing, and friending me on FB> friends since elementary school, Lois

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