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01/27/11
I loved the story. Some of the details in the beginning need a little work along with some puncuation issues . With a few changes this story would be perfect. Loved the dresses and the way Gods Word reflected in the colors. The end was Beautiful.
01/27/11
Thank God for Godly grandma's. My kids are going to their Nana's this weekend and are counting the hours. Your story made me tear up, beautifully done!
01/27/11
Warm, loving memories here, and some good instruction, too. Nice job!
01/28/11
what a precious delightful story. I had a grandma a little like that, she taught me to knit and sew and tie my shoelaces as well as being a Godly lady and had often made ragdolls or similar for my two sisters and I
01/28/11
Very touching and has such warmth of heart. Reignites my desire to be an influential grandparent.
01/28/11
I love the relationship between the little girl and Grandma. I lived next to my grandparents when I was growing up. I remember the Bible stories they played on the old record player.

Thank you for stirring up such happy memories.
01/28/11
I really loved this story and the message(s) that went with it. Nice job!
01/30/11
A very touching story. You painted a beautiful picture with words.
01/31/11
Beautifully told. Sweet and simple with a lot of truth. Great job!
02/01/11
Good job! This brought tears to my eyes. It reminds me of a great aunt, I visited in Iowa every year. Her prayers, I am sure, are what led me to my salvation many years later. Good message about the importance of family and the passing on of Christian values.
02/02/11
Wonderful, touching love story between Grandma and child, and between a Father and His children. Thank you for sharing.
What a sweet story of the love between Gramma and Louise. Congratulations for placing 12th in level one!
02/07/11
Thank-you everyone for your positive comments. It is very encouraging to have people read and enjoy my writing! God Bless!