Hand Made


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  1. Excellent web site. A lot of helpful information here.
    I’m sending it to some pals ans also sharing in delicious.

    And of course, thanks on your effort! https://www.Interior.my/component/hikashop/checkout/notice/cart_type-wishlist/tmpl-component

    1. maryannetuck says:

      Thanks much for enjoying my post. Especially thank you for letting me know you read it and shared it with friends.

  2. Josephine says:

    I enjoy all of your pictures ! Now I enjoyed the letter also. We need to get together and cover some of our past few years?

  3. Bonnie says:

    I now have a deck swing that I love.

    1. maryannetuck says:

      You will love it the longer you have it. It’s such a wonderful place in the early morning when all is quiet and the birds are starting to sing. Again, in the evening at dusk. Guess you can see I’m hooked on it. Thank you for liking and reading this one and I hope some of my other posts.

  4. Hi Maryanne for this post. Many thanks for visiting and responding to my blog post. God bless you dear friend.

    1. maryannetuck says:

      Being a Christian doesn’t remove your sense of humor. Or, perhaps I should say, “it hasn’t removed mine”…thanks for reading “Whatever happened to Randolph Scott”…I love to hear the Statler Brothers. (God gave me a love for Classic Country Music too.)

      1. Wow. I also possess a great sense of humour. It has never lessened. I love music but can’t play any instruments. Nice to meet you here. Looking forward for more posts from your side.

  5. Roy Lando says:

    Lovely photo and inspiring poem.

    1. maryannetuck says:

      Thank you for enjoying my post, He’s Waiting For You. The first picture is of a sunrise taken over Lake Michigan (Great Lakes, Michigan)..The second one was quite a moment for me. When I was looking for a photo to post with the story, I saw that one of a river area near home. When I brought it up I saw the person in the blue shirt standing to the right of the picture. That person was my husband, who had died about a year ago at that time. I don’t remember that he was there when I took that picture. Apparently he was. It was a special little surprise for me. Funny how things happen, isn’t it?

  6. Jim Strohmer says:

    Thanks Maryanne, So true that our modeling is watched and left wherever we go. Thanks for the great story

    1. maryannetuck says:

      Thank you Jim. Your comment and having you follow my posts means a great deal to me. So, now I guess you could say, I’m “watching you” “watching me”…or something like that.

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