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I met my friend Lexie at Bible College some 18 years ago. As I remember it, we got along smashingly.  We have not looked back since.

Lexie is one of those amazing friends that no matter how much time has passed since our last visit (in some cases it has been years) we fall right back in step with each other, as though we spoke only yesterday. We marvel at this fact often.

We have been there and done that.  We have held each others colicky babies. Brought the other Big Mac's and French Fries when needed. We have supported each others Pampered Chef habit.  We have traveled across the country together. We have laughed uncontrollably.  We have shed tears together.  We have loved each other like sisters.

It should then come as no surprise that yesterday Lexie blogged about me.  Actually she wrote about her own self  but I know she was really blogging about me. It's true. She pulled a page right out of my book with this one. And I want to share it with y'all because I'm a good share-bear like that.  Some of you will see me right away, others will learn something new about me.  Others will shake their heads and wonder.  Don't judge too harshly.

Have I piqued your curiosity? Good. Go. Run. Skip. Whatever, just get thee over to Lexie's place.


  1. You are so cute... Or, well, I feel like maybe I should say you both are so cute...

    Now I'm confused.

    At any rate- i love you both dearly :)

  2. OKAY.... crying now...
    I loved hearing about your friendship!
    And I just came from that post... I don't think she's giving up the stash anytime soon. Sorry.

  3. Yeah. We all should start a 12 step program. Step one: group trip to the fabric store!

  4. Well girl, this Ozark Farm Chick thinks you just too darn stinkin' cute!!!

    Good friends are the real treasures on this Earth and it look like ya got a real jewel there.

    From the happy hills and hollers of the Missouri Ponderosa, ya'll have a most wonderfully blessed day!!!

  5. You are all so sweet! I am thinking we should have a virtual fabric swap. Feed the fabric beast I say!

  6. Thanks for poppin' in with your sweet comment. Please drop in often, the door of the Ponderosa is always open.

    I'm a retired Special Ed. teacher who always made sure our 'kids' had a project in the Science Fair. Once I had a student use jelly candies to make a molecule...Marlania kept eatin' her project! Heeheehe!!!

    God bless ya and have a marvelous day!!!


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