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Wednesday, February 13, 2019


Karen Clark

Deb, thank you for visiting my blog. I love your Daybook. I'm working on some questions for the senior members in my family, to write a family memoir. Great suggestion to google some questions. Your quilts are gorgeous (I browsed through your recent posts). What a creative family you have! So nice to 'meet' you, and I'm looking forward to coming back to see more of your beautiful creations.


Wow, Chef Hannah is really doing some great cooking this week. Happy Valentine's Day to all of you.
I wonder if Granny has ever met any famous people in her life?

Tammy C

Nice to see Granny back at her work.

Looking forward to seeing your quilt get away weekend.

Almost all of the foods would be a no no in our house since it is easier to cook for Gregory that way.We put fire roasted tomatoes in chilli and Gregory ended up in the ER about 12 hours after eating it by mistake. No seeds.

Happy Valentine"s Day


I enjoyed reading about your day! I would like to know how Granny began with her basketry.

Kim C

It was nice to have a tour of simple blessings in your life. I’m so grateful to see Granny back at her basket making. She is a delight and I look forward to the post featuring your interview with her.


Hi Deb and family! I love reading your blog and keeping up with you all and what you're doing. I'm thrilled that Granny is feeling up to making a basket. I would love to know how Granny met your dad, Edward. I've heard the story about their wedding, but with Valentine's Day in our thoughts, I think how they met and the story of their romance would be fun. Of course, I would also love to know her testimony... how she came to the LORD. I know your parents were founding members of your church in South Boston, but I'd love to know the beginning of her walk with the LORD.


Well what a FUN post!! I haven't been on your blog in SOOOOO long :( This was a great post, especially the photo of Granny in the SNOW staining her basket! She is something else. :) I loved reading about all the "goings on" and it made me want to come for dinner and dessert! :)
Looking forward to reading your Quilty Girls post!!!!! ;)

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