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Build-A-Story: Finding something precious

The Post's Sunday Magazine is happy to announce the return of one of our popular features, Editor’s Query. But we need your help to get started.

Each week that the column runs, we post a question to readers and ask you to send us your responses — and those have run the gamut, from hilarious to eyebrow-raising to deeply moving. We know there are plenty of fascinating tales to come. So, please give some thought to our first question, and send us a story: Tell us about a time when something precious was lost and then found.

If you have a 100 percent true story taken from your own experience concerning the above query, send it to queries@washpost.com
or The Washington Post Magazine, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20071. Include your daytime phone number. Recount your story in 250 words or less.
For examples of previous columns, check out this archive.

By Michelle Gaps  | December 9, 2009; 12:52 PM ET
Categories:  Build-A-Story  
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