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[QUOTE="Geoff_the_Beard, post: 4570287]:bravo: Well done on MOD POD, Laila! :congrats:[/QUOTE]


You are such a sweetheart Thank you buddy I do appreciate it very much:bow:
 

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Thank you so much my dear friend you all have made my day & for that I am greatful:inlove:
 

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WOOHOO!! CONGRATS ON MOD!! girlfriend well deserved :high5: :bravo:
 

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I had a chance to read the Indian Corn story very cool :bigsmile:

I have an apple pie story.. When I was 13 I was informed I had another set of syblings that lived with my grandma (that I didn't know about either) anyway moving forward I visited them alot during High School then one time I went for a visit and decided to stay. I lived in the city at the time and they lived in the country! so I went to country girl quite fast and I LOVED the farm they lived on and finished up High School in Sebastopol, Calif.. we lived in a barn converted into a house with 28 acres.. anyway long story short my grandma used to bake apple pies on a wood stove, I used to watch my mom cook all the time so carrying on the tradition I'd watch my grandma. During the 70's money wasn't the easiest thing to come by so my grandma let me dig in and make apple pies we sold at a restaurant in Guerneville near the Russian River. I LOVED it! I have to say I can make a good apple pie all from scratch.. I have a few secrets from my grandma that I couldn't possibly give away some things are best kept between the one who taught you.. Everytime I make an apple pie I know my grandmother is there with me.. The little things in life like a homemade apple pie turn out to be big things :littleheart: This one's for you grandma :inlove:





 

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WOOHOO!! CONGRATS ON MOD!! girlfriend well deserved :high5: :bravo:
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Awww Thank you sweetie that makes me happy to know, I just want to share all the Season's & Holidays with all of you and if I can brighten up someones dark dreary day when it's raining or snowing or they feel all alone & need something nice to look at or read then this thread is dedicated
to all of you a nice cozy place to enjoy the beauty that's all around us in all season's of the year if we will only look for it.....
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[QUOTE="Manzy, post: 4570314]I had a chance to read the Indian Corn story very cool :bigsmile:

I have an apple pie story.. When I was 13 I was informed I had another set of syblings that lived with my grandma (that I didn't know about either) anyway moving forward I visited them alot during High School then one time I went for a visit and decided to stay. I lived in the city at the time and they lived in the country! so I went to country girl quite fast and I LOVED the farm they lived on and finished up High School in Sebastopol, Calif.. we lived in a barn converted into a house with 28 acres.. anyway long story short my grandma used to bake apple pies on a wood stove, I used to watch my mom cook all the time so carrying on the tradition I'd watch my grandma. During the 70's money wasn't the easiest thing to come by so my grandma let me dig in and make apple pies we sold at a restaurant in Guerneville near the Russian River. I LOVED it! I have to say I can make a good apple pie all from scratch.. I have a few secrets from my grandma that I couldn't possibly give away some things are best kept between the one who taught you.. Everytime I make an apple pie I know my grandmother is there with me.. The little things in life like a homemade apple pie turn out to be big things :littleheart: This one's for you grandma :inlove:


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These are the story I live for they touch my heart so much.... Thank you dear Manzy for sharing that beautiful story & grandma for always showing us that the simple things in life is the most treasured of all....:inlove:
 

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[QUOTE="Sexylady007, post: 4570323]These are the story I live for they touch my heart so much.... Thank you dear Manzy for sharing that beautiful story & grandma for always showing us that the simple things in life is the most treasured of all....:inlove:[/QUOTE]

Thank you girlfriend.. she was a german lady one of a kind.. could drink tea all day long lived to age 92.. I'll never forget her or the things I learned from her, she used to call me Shuggie (Sugar in Spanish) she was in the 1902 Earthquake at aged 2 and remembered everything through out her life and if you sat down to have tea with her, she could talk your ear off but you didn't mind a bit.. Here's a pic of me and her and my sister Jodie in white (looking like shes dancing lol) and the rest are cousins at the farm.. I think this is in the 70's I've got really short hair (with my head down lol) my grandma has the blonde highlited hair.. I found that throughout life cousins have been some of my closest family



and here's me with the syblings I found out about later.. this was about 8 years ago


 

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Pictures say a thousand words more then we ever could....Beautiful Thank you manzy


This is my son Omar at this time of year so many years ago....

And we went to the apple cider this day he loved the hayride & until this day he still Loves going to the apple cider...


 

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We go apple picking at this time of year & I make apple sauce & apple pie & apple bread & caramel apples....

 
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​I made a wreath Just like this one you see to hang on my front door...
 
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