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March 13, 2009

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imom

I love Mormor's stories. I really regret not writing down my Grandparents stories. I have a lot of photos but no stories about them. It's sad.

Kyddryn

I just adore your Mormor...

Shade and Sweetwater,
K

Suzanne

Such a cute story...I love it.
She was a gifted story teller that is for sure.

Steph

I appreciate the Mormor stories more than I can say. They make me wish I'd spoken more to my own grandparents when I had the chance.

Chesapeake Bay Woman

I love these stories too. You're so fortunate she wrote things down. There's so much I don't know about my grandparents.

My new favorite expression as of reading this is, "end over Sunday." It's more polite than our traditional "a$$ over teakettle."

MommyTime

I love this story! The Mormor stories are really fascinating. I wish my own grandmothers had written their stories down too. I have my great-grandmother's diary, which is fascinating, but it only lasts a year and a half, and it makes me long for MORE more MORE so I could get to know a woman I never knew.

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