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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Best Post Script Ever!

Herein amends a good story to
........ahem .......
the best story ever!!!
(quite possibly) 
Best post script
(at least)

And I shall make it a game!

To begin you must read (or re-read) this, one of my first blog posts from waaaay back in October:


Ok now, see if you can unravel yesterday's turn-of-events, shown here in pictures:



My doorbell!!

What's this??

It's from Jeanine Payer ....?

Umm ......???

Oh ....... 
(tears in eyes)


Can't speak.  Can't write. 

Except to say, this came as a gift yesterday,
from Jeanine .....after she read my October post. 

Happy New Year everyone! 
(be kind to one another)

Thank-you Jeanine ....for being kind to me


Holly Ann said...

Did a Google search on bloggers who live near me or have written about things near me and found you... your gift is beautiful... visited Jeanine's site and instantly fell in love... thanks for sharing...

Happy New Year to you!!!

Kimberly said...

I hope you have a Happy New Year as you follow your bliss. I have not seen that you stopped by to get your award.

Take the cake...add it to your blog, and write write about your top ten favorite things, and link to ten blogs you love.

You deserve several awards! I love to visit you!

jen said...

Bless you. This is an amazing story. I had no clue what hte sad ending would be. I believe this is a brilliant hashtag for Twitter - are you on Twitter? Have I mentioned this before? Your blog is a gift. Many thanks to Andi for the long ago introduction, which I ignored too long. =/

I love Shakespeare. I, too, had a bracelet. My God. We never forget the bracelets. I wonder why. Mine was purchased in NE Oklahoma - at a small estate sale. My mother bought it. It was from Austria. The loss of it is a sad story, too, and I haven't thought about that in 15 years. Now, you've inspired me to write about it.

One of my goals for the New Year is to read more blogs by writers and poets. This will be a more regular stop, I promise you that.

Blessings in the New Year,

p.s. - the rice-a-roni part - one of the funniest cultural references I've read yet. luved it!!

Agnes said...

Oh wow. How very sweet.
Happy new year :-)

masini said...

Very sweet. I hope you have a Happy New Year as you follow your bliss

Jeanine Payer Studio said...

this is really sweet, thank YOU. The way you told the story was so brilliant. it brought tears to my eyes...happy new year :)

Cathi said...

What a wonderful gift and beautiful post! Happy New Year! :)

richard said...

What an awesomely cool thing for her to do.

Defintely shows her to be an amazingly warm hearted and caring person.

Andi said...

How wonderful and SO thoughtful - I am sorry I missed this! I am catching up on reading now!

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