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Wednesday, April 22, 2015



Tom-Your weighing down the tarp with juice bottles, was such a "Dad thing" to do. :)
Deb-The Williamsburg bird bottle brought back many happy memories, and 1 scary one. One of my co-workers told the story of when she was on "line duty" at one of the buildings, and was told to look up at the bird bottle. There was a large black snake wound around it. She was out of there, faster than you could say-peanut soup.


Aren't talented craftsmen handy! Great job Tom! I love the photo of the two of you in blue.


Love the matching shirts! Tom's ladders are a work of art. I still admire your whole family's willingness to sit with a ladder between all of you from your house to here and then back up to South Carolina. Looks like your sister and friend loved their presents.


Tammy C

Good job Tom!

Look forward to your ladder in use.

In the last picture I could really see your mom in you.Nice shirts.

Linda Gilless

You are looking great and healthy these days. How did you loose your weight?


Deb!!! I have been so busy I have not read your blog in a week or so...and then today I read this post!!! LOVED revisiting our lunch "double-date"!!! Always such a special FUN time when we get together. My sister in law saw the quilt ladder tonight and 'oooed' and 'awwwed' over it. She was impressed at Tom's excellent workmanship. Please tell Tom :) Those blue shirts show up so nicely in the photos, you couldn't have planned it any more perfect. ;)

Eryn S.

Tom is so inventive! What a fantastic job he did on those ladders and it's so awesome to see how much they are appreciated!

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