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Monday, December 06, 2021


Tammy C

Nice to see a post about your adventures with family and friends.

I have been busy helping with a Christmas Toy Drive. One good thing was 2 trips in a one week to North Carolina Farmers Market.

Gregory has surgery this Thursday. Will keep you updated.


I know this season will be very different for you all, but we can all be joyful in knowing your mom is with the LORD. I know it will take some adjusting to celebrate without her, but Christmas is a wonderful way to heal. Surrounded by those you love, you can fully appreciate God's numberless blessings.

Barbara J.

Deb, as always I enjoy reading of all you are doing and seeing the beautiful pictures. The picture of your Georgia friends is an especially good one.


We so enjoyed visiting you all on Girotti Mountain! It was sad to not have precious Granny there to entertain us with all her wonderful stories and that great sense of humor she had, but we can rejoice that we will see her again one day.
We hope you will have a very blessed Christmas and we look forward to seeing you sometime next year!


A beautiful family that I love! Thank you for the post about what's going on with you and your family. I'm sure Mrs Solomon will be smiling down on you during Christmas time. Tom did a great job with Jonathan's table! It's beautiful!!! That Sarah!! She is something with preparing the deer meet! She can tackle anything!

Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy, healthy and blessed New Year!


It looks like you had some good times of fellowship! I'm glad for that for you.

The table is beautiful, the pumpkin rolls sound amazing, and all that venison! One of my brother-in-laws got both a deer and an elk this year, so they have a freezer full of meat!

Have a blessed day!


(I was sick when your blog post came out, so I read it and meant to come back and comment when I felt better, but then forgot!)

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