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Sunday, May 9, 2010

Maxim of the Week

Edith chose a large ball of variegated yarn to knit a baby blanket for her first great-great-grandchild.
Don't start what you can't finish.

This  is my tongue-in-cheek Mothers' Day card for any Mothers, Grands, Great-Grands, or Great-Great-Grands who might stop by here.  Coincidentally, both of my own great-grandmothers were named Edith and one of them did, indeed, become a great-great-grandmother when my daughter was born.  My mother's middle name is Edythe and it is distinctly possible that some day she may become a great-grandmother herself.  One just never knows.


  1. we've had some great great's in our family too. happy mom's day to you.

  2. The project might just keep her going.
    I like your art, glad you stopped by to lure me to your site.

  3. Suki,
    Quite a treat, having those great-greats, isn't it. Gives one a real sense of one's own genetic background and wonderful family photos to look back on.

  4. Martha,
    LOL--Really, I wasn't luring you...just enjoying your photos.

    I like what you say about the project keeping the old lady going. Good to have goals.

  5. Happy Mother's Day!

  6. DCW:
    You're too kind. Had word from the daughter this morning and a lovely little Moleskine book in the mail. God bless these Hallmark occasions!

    WV: hydri
    Quickspeak for "high and dry"

    eg.Lovely that I wasn't left hydri for mother's day.