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November 12, 2007

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Lisa

Bristol,
you are so lucky to have such beautiful photos of your passed heritage. They are treasures to last a lifetime.Wouldnt it be grand to be able to have a real heart to heart to those who have gone before us-now that we are all grown up ourselves. I just imagine the conversations that my grama Mary and I would have, even though I was 16 when she left us. I remember her well, and miss her every day. Life is short. Cherish the moments! All the best to you--
Lisa
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ps
your music is beautiful !!! :)
It really makes being on your blog awesome, girl.

Teresa @ PlumWater Cottage

Those are great photos! I just love the old snow scenes...kids all bundled up --but you can recognize them 'cause they aren't little down-filled marshmallows!
You mentioned on a comment you left on my blog that you were going to Lebanon...Ohio? I love shopping there and in Waynesville. Haven't been in a few years though.

Julie

Don't you just love old pictures? My mom just gave me another stack of oldies to hang in my house. I have pictures of my great grandparent all over my house. People whom I have never met, but feel as though I have in my heart.

Love,
Julie

Karla

Thanks for your sweet words! I love the photos. Old photos are such a wonderful part of the family history!
Karla

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