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Oh Val, what lovely pictures of your lovely granny! I think I remember seeing some of these before. Maybe you posted them last year? It looks like she certainly enjoyed her life. Seeing her standing at the kitchen sink reminded me of my grandma, who's been gone for many, many years. Aren't we fortunate to have sweet memories of them?
Such a sweet Granny! You were lucky, Val. But you shall meet again someday. ....and it will wonderful!
Oh Val!!! I am completely teared up!!! I feel like she was my Granny! I know you must miss her soooo much! What a blessing you have in your memories!sniff sniff~~~♥♥♥She is in Heaven waiting and rejoicing!!!
What a loving pictorial post of your granny. You will have your memories of her forever.
We all miss Granny and her enthusiasm for quilting, but even more, for the Lord. What an example she showed us all. If we could all live as gracefully as Granny, we would all be proud.
What sweet memories you have in these pictures!Then I saw her tulip quilt--and it reminded me of the one my ex-BIL's mom made before he was born:http://doraquilts.blogspot.com/2010/02/field-of-tulips-and-more-snow-photos.html
Lovely tribute with pictures of Granny in the kitchen doing her granny thing. And of course quilt and worship of our King.
I miss your granny too - got to love her through your blog. How I LOVE that pic of her hands - such blessed hands!!!!
What a sweetheart she was. I am glad you shared your Granny with us and that I have two of her quilts (gave the third to my sis as a gift). I know you have so many memories to treasure.
What sweet pictures. I am so glad we have precious memories that we can look back on and "relive" part of our lives with our dear loved ones. Thinking of you today.
I was just thinking of Granny the other day as well, Val. She was such an inspiration and I thank you for introducing us to her.
Miss you Granny. Thanks Val for posting the pics. I think of her everytime I use the faith quilt she made.God Bless.Donna
What a sweet sweet post. I felt like she was my granny....great photos. (((hugs)))
has it really been 2 years? Your granny posts were such a highlight. I know you miss you so.what a treasure that you have all these wonderful pictures showing Granny just being Granny.
Happy Birthday to Granny. She brings me warmth and comfort every night. :-)
I LOVE the picture of her hands. Reminded me of my own grandparents. Just beautfiul
Awww... she looks like she was so very sweet. I'm sure you miss her very much.
These are the memories that no amount of money in the world could ever Afford! In the one with the quilt with the pink blocks - I can see your Mom in her face.All of you gals are treasures!
Thanks for linking up. What a beautiful tribute! She was a beautiful woman.
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