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July 25, 2008


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Bridget Rossi

There are certain situations where we tend to be unaware of some stuff, like our rings being misplaced. I've also been under that kind situation many times. Now, I'm trying to be a bit more careful to avoid those things from happening again. =) By the way, I like the simplicity of your wedding ring. =D


What a great collection. Your ring is looking too big. In fact, When i watch it I think it as bangle. Any ways, I am glad to know that you found your wedding ring.Thanks !

Esther S. Fabbricante

You are such an inspirational writer and it is difficult for me to realize how much you can get out of each day of your life, and how you can write it down for us to enjoy.

Missing you, and so sorry about Miss Alice - and I know you and Gordon and Unc will carry on with your most fulfilled and active and productive lives.

Love you.

LC Caldwell

My comments having nothing to do with your comments this date. Knowing your an avid quilter and historian, I wanted to relay some information to you that I thought you might me interested in. Mary Elizabeth Johnson has written three books about Mississippi Quilts/Families published by University Press of Mississipp. Their website is www.upress.state.ms.us. Tel no. is 800-737-7788. The name of the books are Martha Skelton, Master Quilter of Mississippi; Threading the Generations, A Mississippi Family's Quilt Legacy; and Mississippi Quilts. This was in Quilters Newsletter in case you don't subscribe to it. LC Caldwell

Elaine/Muddling Through

Isn't it funny how something will trigger a flood of memories? And no, I wouldn't go back - even with my years of experience. Thank God I made it through it all in the first place, I've no wish to go back for seconds. I will be sixty on Sunday, and I'm happy with who I am and where I am right now! Thanks for sharing your thoughts. They always make me think, too!

Junie Moon

I'm so glad you found your wedding ring, even I was holding my breath in the anxiety of the search. And I love what you said about the scratches representing a "map of our life together". How very true and I'm looking at my own rings now with that thought in mind.


Wow. I look at old pictures of myself and wonder just what I was thinking to have worn that outfit or how heavy (or thin) I was at the time. I never go much beyond that. But now you have me thinking about myself and how I've changed over the years. Thanks, Penny. (I just popped in to let you know I was passing on a blog award to you. http://pipstitch.blogspot.com/2008/07/another-award.html )

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