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September 18, 2011


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Jenny Rowe

She certainly knew "whom she believed,' and was an inspiration to all of us. I had known Joyce all my life. But we became very close in the last five years or so of her life. I will miss her always.

Amy Martin

Val, I love this blog more than you could possibly know. This particular post brought tears to my eyes. Such true words. Mrs. Joyce was always smiling, always making people laugh. I am blessed to have known her. Thank you for sharing your stories of the people from my childhood that I hold so dear. Can't wait to hear one about Nanny, Mamie, or Rosa Lee. :)


Thank you SO much, Amy! I really appreciate your sweet note. And I'll see what I can do about the ladies you mentioned:) I still think of Aunt Rosie every time I play "Victory in Jesus" in church. That was always her pick when we took requests on Sunday mornings.

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