Monthly Archives: December 2008

Happy 100th Birthday Pop! December 8, 1908

Today would be my Grandfather Roy Fitzpatrick’s 100th Birthday. Pop was killed in a car accident November 1970. He was like a father to me. I lived with him and Granny. They were the best.   Granny and Pop on … finish reading Happy 100th Birthday Pop! December 8, 1908

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Dear, is that deer in my yard? How to feed a family of 4 on a persimmon tree. December 8, 2008

I was in my office/Aunt Janice’s bedroom working on the computer while my sweet husband Gary was vacuuming the floor, I know I am sorry!!  Well “When what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a minature sleigh and eight … finish reading Dear, is that deer in my yard? How to feed a family of 4 on a persimmon tree. December 8, 2008

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This is why I sew and Da Fudge Man.

Eileen and I picked fresh blueberries this summer and I decided to make this great muffin recipe. I carefully measured out my ingredients while my fresh blueberries were drying on a paper towel. I mixed all the ingredients to the … finish reading This is why I sew and Da Fudge Man.

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Treasure discovered today in Guntersville, Alabama

Gary and I went to a church bazaar today at the Church of the Epiphany in Guntersville, Al.  Guntersville is a beautiful place with this great lake. The church was very pretty and the people there were so nice.  I … finish reading Treasure discovered today in Guntersville, Alabama

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WHY YOU SHOULD BE HAPPY TO BE OVER 90!

Previously this read “Why You Should Be Happy To Be Over 50.   Karen of www.karensquilting.com brought it to my attention that 50 is now the new 30… And now since I will be the new 35 this month I thought … finish reading WHY YOU SHOULD BE HAPPY TO BE OVER 90!

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