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It's easy to make fun of the A for effort, the trophy for participation, but the fact is, for Schuyler and countless kids just like her, those trophies are the ones that sit on their shelves. And they're not cheap tokens of faint praise, either.
Ever wonder what the face of love looks like? Just look in the mirror. What I mean is that we make very different faces when we interact with those we love. Literally.