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Tuesday, April 18, 2006



What a sweet lady! I know you were a blessing to her. And isn't it funny how much of a blessing WE get when we're doing something for someone else?!

Now . . . for this rainy day business. You can have 'em! LOL When you have 30+ rainy days straight, then we'll talk. Of course, I'm only teasing, but having lived in Vancouver through two winters now, rainy days don't hold the appeal that they used to when I lived in blazin' hot Texas, where rain was a welcome relief.


I love this post, Deb! You captured the whole scenario just right. Good job!


Susan, I visited a friend in Washington State once, and I remember the rain. I'm sure having to deal with it day in and day out might make me slightly grumpy. :)

Bet, thanks! :)


What a sweet story! I love hearing stories like that. Thanks so much for sharing :).


Thanks so much for submitting this post, Deb. You're a fantastic writer, and I enjoyed reading your story (and blog). Keep up the great work.


That story was so great. I felt like "That could be me in 60 years!" I love to read, love Scrabble, and love to have tea. I hope if/when I have aged and find myself alone that I have someone who listens to God's prompting to make a visit and join me for afternoons like you've had with "Grandma".


Amanda and Allison, thanks for stopping by Mountain Musings and leaving a comment. I appreciate new readers. :)

You're welcome, Susan. It was fun remembering all our times together as I was writing the story.


What a sweet story! I know you meant a lot to that lady.

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