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Monday, August 19, 2019


Ardi Butler

When my sister Bonnie and I were young, our great-grandfather and our Dad made us doll cradles. They were painted white with a little decal on them so we could tell them apart. Now when I'm in the thrift stores, I always look through the children's toys just in case one of them shows p there. They were very sturdy so they could have survived. That hair bow is priceless! Loved this rememberance.


I love that photo of you - so joyful! Sam, my partner, famously took apart almost everything he could get his hands on as a child. He grew up to be ingenious at repairs. I’m glad you persisted in taking things apart! (I have no skills whatsoever at it!)

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