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November 16, 2004

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Gramma Judy

Fantastic pictures! Wow! I am so glad you were able to go there. Even the oldest of buildings we have in this country seem new compared to the structures over there.
Fascinating. Thanks for sharing.

The table looks great. I had to laugh at Sam's photo. "The acorn doesn't fall far from the tree" ... I have seen you with that "finger on the cheek" pose so many times. :-)

I spent the day shopping yesterday and came home thoroughly pooped, so today will be spent here at home. I have several Christmas gift projects going, so I need to work on them. I am also having fun shopping on eBay! I am bidding on so many
things that I almost need a secretary to keep track! I win a few and lose a few, but
it's kind of a challenge and a whole lot easier on my hips than the malls. If I can just complete the things I want to make, I'm pretty much finished with my shopping. (You may have to wait just a little longer for your afghan. Sorry.) :-)

Did you watch The Amazing Race last night? It was good. Iceland looked very
interesting. Getting a closer look at all those countries is the part I like best about the show -- plus the interaction between the couples. I thought the wrestlers were
going to kill each other! Fun.

Have a great day. As always, I am loving and missing you all.
Love,
Gramma Judy

Grandma Delores

Greetings from NorthMankato, Thanks for the tour, I wouldn't mind going there myself. Finally a table in your kitchen. We are sure looking forward to Thanksgiving weekend and Susan, Sam, and Tessa coming to Minnesota. My brother Bob and wife Joan will be in Winnebago on Thanksgiving Day so that is where we are invited for our dinner. They are coming to pick up my mothers electric lift chair for Bob to use. It is so warm here this week, long walks are in order each day. Love Grandma Delores

Zanny

I loved the tour! Looks like a really cool place. I must go now. Whenever I am even looking like I am going to go near the computer, Mitchell starts bugging me to play on the Wiggles Web site. I've been discovered! I must run. Love to all. Zanny

p.s. I ordered the kids x-mas gifts today and they should be there sometime next week or so. Do not open til Christmas!

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