Saturday, March 21, 2015

Saturday's Smile!!


12 comments:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Being that it is World Quilt Day - just has to be Eleanor Burns

Jackie N said...

My Dad

Donna said...

My grandfather.

Nancy said...

Hi, Kris. I love this question and image. It's great for anyone but especially great for family historians. May I please copy and use the image on my blog (nancysfamilyhistoryblog.blogspot.com). Or is there someone else I should ask for permission?

I would love to sit and visit with several of my great-grandmothers. If they were the talkative sort, they would certainly have stories to tell.

Thanks!

Mimi said...

My grandmother. I would ask her for those recipes that she said she would make and not to worry about getting the recipe; I would ask her about her quilting (which she did LONG before I ever got into quilting; and I would ask her about her life on the farm. What a great question and what a pretty place to have those conversations with our loved ones.

elliek said...

Hi Kris. Think you know the answer for me... DS1

Janet O. said...

My grandmother on my father's side. I never met her--she died before my parents married, but my father and his only sister repeatedly told me I remind them of her. She had a hard life and died at the age I am now. I would like to "know" her. Someday I will!

Michele T said...

Wow! Isn't that a loaded question.... I would choose someone who has passed... Probably my dad because he died when I was in my 20's. But... It would be very interesting to meet my grandparents too... I only met one!

Denise :) said...

Just one??! Gracious, you do ask tough questions, don't you? The Apostle Paul. I think we'll probably be too busy in heaven worshiping Jesus to spend too much time chit-chatting with other folks. LOL! :)

Nancy said...

Don’t even have to think about it. I would chooses my Mother. I never realized how much I would miss her.
I would have to move that bench back from the edge of the cliff a little before I could sit on it.

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