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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

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Sharon

What a lovely post, I really enjoyed the pictures of your hometown. I would love to visit Virginia sometime! Many blessings to you! I just love your blog : )

Diann

I really enjoyed the photos of your home town. The markets look wonderful!

victoria

What a fun trip. I'm sure it was nice to see your old stomping ground again. I loved the picture of Hannah. How pretty.
Glad your sales went well and hope you sell out at the last farmer's market. Hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving.

Victoria

Tammy C

I love seeing pictures of quaint downtown.Thanks for sharing.

Enjoy the last Farmers Market.Wake Forest is also having their last regular one this Saturday.After Thanksgiving they will have an extended Holiday Market on December 1st and then have the Winter Markets that will be until March 30.It will be less hours and vendors.

Jean S

South Boston looks like a sweet, little town - I love it when everyone knows everyone.
I had to laugh at the name on the drug store - my maiden name is "Faulkner", but I don't think that any of my relatives are from VA.
Glad you had a good time strolling down "memoray lane".

Stephanie in MI

Loved seeing your hometown. Cool. Glad the sales have been good! ;-)

Laura

The walk down memory lane, was such a treat thank you for sharing. It looks like you all had a very pleasant time. What a blessing that Jonathan could help Sarah out. I hope this weekend is a tremendous final market day, wish we could have visited the market.

Tell the family "hello", have a super weekend.

Dawn

What a charming hometown!!!
The elementary school I attended has been torn down. So sad! It was a grand old building...looked similar to your building. It housed grades 1-12. No kindergarten when I was young.

Michele Hope

I loved getting to see your home town and taking a trip with you down memory lane. It is always fun to get to share it with others. Hope that you are all doing well.
Blessings,
Michele

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