Friday, October 31, 2008


Happy Halloween everyone and to Barbara, a very Happy Birthday. Barbara is a friend I made through our online stitching group. She is having a birthday today. You can visit her blog by clicking from my friends list. She is Granniesblog.
This is my daughter Fawn many years ago dressed as Raggedy Anne for her job. She worked for a childrens dentist. They dressed up on Halloween and Raggy was her favorite. Heidi could tell you a Halloween story about Fawn. We miss you Fawn, especially now, knowing how much you loved Halloween and really all of the holidays.


Anonymous said...

I miss her too! I remember that picture!

Heidi said...

Okay mother, I found the photos of Fawn and will post the funny story about her later when Jos can scan them for me. What started out for her to be scary ended up being one of my funny memories of her. This is really her day!

Love and hugs ~

Carolien said...

O my, she looks lovely like this and how you must miss her ...

Take care & hugs, Carolien

Barbara said...

Nancy, thank you so much for the birthday wish. I've had a wonderful day, actually a wonderful week! I love the photo of Fawn. She looks so very cute in her costume.


Linda said...

Happy Halloween Nancy! I love the picture of Fawn...I know how you all must miss her, but I'm thankful for all your sweet memories.

Oh, your Snowmen stitch is so cute with all their names, that was such a neat idea to name them...I like the way it turned out.

I like your new picture on the sidebar you look great and I like the button you are wearing too:)....hugs, Linda

Nancy said...

To Mandie:
Sorry, I deleted this blog entry after I put it on, and your comment is gone. I read it, but can you add it again.
Love you, Gramma

Lilysmom said...

Great picture of Fawn. If I remember correctly, my Aunt Barbie loves Raggedy Ann as well! Sweetie, you are all in our thoughts!

Sweetie said...

Nancy, Thank you so much for thinking of me. This is a very difficult time for our family. I looked at the photos of Fawn. She was a lovely young woman. You are truly a woman of faith. I am going to try to "catch up" today. Also, my corner curio cabinet houses my collection of angels.