grandmother time








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  1. I see such a strong family resemblance in those two beautiful women :-)

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    1. thank you so much, Dawn ... I've been missing time on our blogs, it's so lovely to know you are still here because our connection has been special and on going for a very long time.

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    2. So true, Susan. It seems that blogging is falling by the wayside in general, but I still blog and enjoy when I see others like you blogging.

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  2. Lovely time with your family, so beautiful trip, and i like very much the photos.

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  3. Thank you, friend, so glad you're still coming by xo

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  4. Oh, how WONDERFUL!!! Well I can definitely see where all these children got their talents!! Thanks for sharing these family glimpses! ❤️

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    1. It's my pleasure to share them whenever I get a chance.
      xo

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  5. This sounds like a super lovely visit! So nice to see that grand"children" and experiece what they are doing in life. I was very inspired by the grocery store - love it when the produce comes from local farmers and it's not the typical middle-of-the-road chain supermarket. Way to go!

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    1. I was inspired and amazed by the grocery store where Jenna works, too ... totally local and a big part of their community, helping so much.

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  6. This post is so warm and loving ~ and the photos of the teaching kitchen conversation and the poster/shirt shop conversation are my favorites of this post ~ you are all so engaged with the other person in the conversation and that just makes these photos so special.

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    1. It was so special but such a short amount of time ... we're so happy that we went and saw them on their own, as grown ups, very cool, smart, fun and talented people!

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