Oh my, aren't they growing? Such pretty girls. Treasure these moments.Balisha
Oh yes, Balisha - my sentiments.I look at the pictures for the two years in this cottage and see such a differance....
What sweet grandgirls and the memories you all are creating.I 'love' your paisley fabric on the sofa. Swoon.Enjoy your Christmas and have a great 2012.FlowerLady
Time makes such a change in our little girls. Mine are ages 24,22, and 13. The youngest still loves to come and play with my litte music box.
They loved their time with you and their hair looks beautiful. We are looking forward to Saturday!! :)
Oh One Woman, they remind me of my daughter's at that age. Love the picture so much.You all had fun more and more memories. You gad about town, beauty salon, something good to eat, looking for stories in grandma's things.Thank you for sharing.
Fl, Charlotte, Sandra and My Jamie,thanks for visiting....
There's an award for you at my blog.Balisha
Grandma's house was always a treasure trove-I'm not sure my house is however. My farm house was, but-------love the picture--love the girls--how precious. The best time of our lives, when they are still young enough to have the time and WANT to come visit.
Judy, thank you - just never go forward with these - but thanks from the heart for the honor.Judy, thanks for visiting.
Ernestine, how beautiful they are! And what sweet words and sentiments you've expressed.
Her asking you why you had a knife on your desk made me laugh. So sweet. I am happy to have found your blog, and I wish you and yours happy holidays. :) Love, Val
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