Monday, July 09, 2007

Granny's Birthday!

Today is my little Granny's Birthday. We (Dad, Bill & I) are taking Granny out to eat tonight. She truely is an amazing woman! At the end of WWII, she married my Grand Father in England and then came with him to America, a country she really knew nothing about. After the death of my Grandfather, she raised her children to both be successful and productive members of society. She has always been there to show me what a person can do if they really put their mind to it. I am so very thankful that she is my Granny and that I have always had her here for me. Truly she has done so much for me and helped me in so many ways that I can not even begin to count! Granny you have always been there for me and you have helped mold me into the person I am today. I owe you so very much and I am so very Greatful that you are my Granny! I love you with all my heart and hope you have a fabulous Birthday today!

3 comments:

Kiwi said...

Hey Lunabud, congratulations to you and Bill on your recent wedding. I hope all is well with you guys and that the rest of your family are all doing well. I'll be tying the knot in 4 weeks time myself, can't wait. I regularily pop in here to see how your are getting along, hope you don't mind. Way to go your Granny BTW
Ciaran

Knit Wit said...

Your Granny sounds wonderful! Nothing can take the place of a special grandmother. I was blessed to have one, too!

I was just going back over some of the comments on my blog, and realized I hadn't gotten back to you on the pattern for that large purple flower. It's the camellia flower from Noni Bags. If you're not familiar with them, you can go to nonipatterns.com and take a look. She does some fabulous things!

Knit Wit said...

Your Granny sounds wonderful! I was blessed to have an awesome grandmother, too, and there's nothing that can take their place!

I was just going over some of the comments on my blog, and I realized that I hadn't gotten back to you on the large purple flower. It's the camellia flower from Noni Bags. If you're not familiar with them, you can see them at nonipatterns.com. She really has some fun things!

Other Fun Facts..................

I taught myself to knit by watching a woman while on a flight from Scotland to the USA in 1996.

I taught myself how to spin yarn Feb 15th, 2007. I think I've done fairly well:)

'Lunabud' is a combination of two dogs' names I was loved by, Buddy and Luna:)