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It's really pretty. Thanks for showing us something "different".
Clara I'm gone from blogging for a few days & you blog like crazy!! Dont do that when I'm gone!! LOL!! What a beautiful place. It doesnt look errie at all just beautiful! Now the frog rock was weird thinking that a bunch of women went up there & had youngins! I guess that is the nurse in me!! This is where your son-in-law is from? I wouldn't have walked tru that water for love or piles of MONEY!! Did they bring any of the pottery pieces back? I wonder about those! Very interesting!! I have never seen a place like that before..like Mama says, that is different....we aint got that here in south georgia!! Loved the last quilt barn too. They are so pretty!! I haven't seen an ugly one yet!
Now just where are you going???? I go to your blog every day and you can't be away very long.... My son-in-law is from El Salvador....which borders Honduras. Lisa met him at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. I want to find out more about the Frog Rock. I guess sitting on one of those rocks would be like the big rubber balls thatsome women sit on today when they are in labor. Altho, I can't imagine having a baby on a rock!!!! They did bring pieces of the pottery back, and one piece is almost whole. One time when I was there they took us to a deserted island and some chef came in a boat and brought our food to us. Don't stay away too long. I will miss you!
Clara I'm not going anywhere...I just wasn't able to blog last week. I had to get caught up on everyones blog posts from last week, LOL!! I haven't ever heard of those balls! YUCK! I had to work in OB last week...the 1st time since school years ago...I hated it!! So you have been all around the world too!! Wow! Have I told you that I just love that picture of you that shows up on your profile! It is a wonderful picture that makes me smile! Gotta go get ready for church!
Tina, thanks for the comment on my picture. I had just finished crocheting that hat. Can you tell I still have the crochet needle in my hand? Bill says he is going to put a crochet needle in my hand when I die. I hope he does...the Angels can always use more lace.
Enjoyed all the pictures on your post Clara. I also thought of you this morning when I ran across this quilt website and wanted to share it with you. Here is the addy:http://www.clinchpowell.net/quilts.htmlThey look so similar to the barn pictures you have posted. Have a good Lord's day.God Bless!
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