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Spreading November’s Love – And The Answer To The Question

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Time to send a great big THANK YOU out to all the Acorns who commented during the month of November-I appreciate each comment you leave-and it truly does make the Blind Pig a better place to visit!

JanetJust JackieJulie at Elisharose, Miss Cindy, Brenda Kay LedfordOsagebluff Quilter, Terry, Warren, LannyThe Fishing GuyPetra Michelle, David Templeton, Nancy M., GlendaFencepostRick’s Whitetail Woods, Mary Life In A Cordwood Cabin, Farmchick, Paul Saltcreek, B. Ruth, Vicki Lane, Eva Nell Mull Wike, Ph.D., Sarah, Wanda, Stacey South Western PA, Lynn, Pat in East TN, Jen,  Sandra, Betsy from Tenn, Granny Sue, Sheryl Paul, Kenneth M. Roper, Anastasia, Mike McLain, Rachelle, Connie, Greta Koehl, Helen G, Nancy Wigmore, SusieNancy Simpson, meemsnyc, Kenneth O Hoffman, Mamabug, Kat, Elithea, Lonnie Dockery, Gary, Canned Quilter, Kathryn Magendie, Jim Casada, Donna, Rhonda J, Don Casada, Charline, Vera Guthrie, Garland Davis, Vickie, Judith Alef, Dilli, Larry Proffitt, Rhonda Haslam, Granny Pam , Cathy Tadpoles & Teacups, Haystack Jackson, Bradley, Elizabeth K, Vagabonde, Jill @ Farm Girl Digital Designs for Heritage Farm Village, Bob Dalsemer, Uncle Al, Dale Anderson, Dee from TN, Misty, Trisha Too, Kay, John Dilbeck, Tebo, Sharon, Uncle Dave, Debora Kerr, Earl Baird, Sharon Allen, Rooney Floyd, Martina, David, Paul Certo, Sallie C, Teresa, Susan, Chef E, Sur Yowell, Pappy, WNCismyhome, Mary’s Writing Nook, Chas Fitzgerald, Cheryl Soehl, Mary, Shawn, Shirley Metts, Walter Douglas, Patty Hall, Janet Pressley, Abraham Lincoln, Jo Reece-Flowers, JP, Sue Fancher, Gingerjar, Patrick Tomlinson, William, Pointless Picks, Elizabeth, Sharon Cowles, Sandy Eyler, Wayne Newton, Jan, Judith, Boyd Guthrie, CJ, Allen Evans, Barbara Laird, Far Side Of Fifty, Uncle Dave, Martina, John Huron, Betty Lance Pancher, Kim Campbell, Laura, Heather Rojo, Downthelanegirl, Dillion Anderson, Linda Shupe, Gwnewt1, Forrest Oliphant, Abbey Jenkins, Danny, Dee from Tenn, Sandy Barnett, and Rachel.

This month’s giveaway is 4 of Granny’s crocheted Christmas ornaments. And the winner is…Sheryl Paul! Hope you like them!

Now for the answer to yesterday’s question. All of you who guessed the rocks were piled up to make room for a garden were right. In the picture above the pile of rocks are on the other side of the tree in the left hand corner. The wooded area used to be a cornfield. Kinda hard to imagine when you look at all the trees and bushes-well not for Pap he can remember when corn was actually growing there.

Tipper

 

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12 Comments

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    Becky
    December 11, 2010 at 9:15 am

    Congratulations, Sheryl!!!
    I should have guessed what the rock pile was. We have a huge one like that here on the farm from when it was planted years ago before I lived here.

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    Tipper
    December 3, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    Miss Cindy-yep that’s the ones I was telling you about : )
    Blind Pig The Acorn
    Music, Giveaways, Mountain Folk
    All at http://www.blindpigandtheacorn.com

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    Miss Cindy
    December 2, 2010 at 3:42 pm

    Congratulations to Sheryl, those ornaments will look pretty good on her tree!
    Tipper, the picture at the top of today’s post, is that one of the figurines you made? She is as cute as a speckled pup. Did you sell some of them at the show you went to last week?

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    Brenda Kay Ledford
    December 2, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    Wow! How cool to already be getting ready for gardening with piling up the rocks. Yes, I do remember the icy cold well water I used to drink as a child.
    Your blog always brings back wonderful memories of my growing up here in the Blue Ride Mountains.
    I look forward to hearing Chitter and Chatter at “Writers’ Night Out” with their music.

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    Rick
    December 2, 2010 at 10:54 am

    Trying to get back on track after being out of commission for about 4 weeks.
    Hope all is well with you and the family, happy holidays.
    Whitetail Woods Blog / Deer Hunting and Blackpowder Shooting at it’s best.

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    Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups
    December 2, 2010 at 10:19 am

    Thanks for the mention!!
    Hope you’re enjoying a lovely holiday season.

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    kat
    December 2, 2010 at 8:18 am

    Wish I could be blessed to have a good water well. This city water is awful!!! Interesting to learn the meaning of the rocks.

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    Anastasia
    December 2, 2010 at 5:13 am

    It’s always a pleasure to read your blog, Tipper. Sending back your way lots of love.

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    Just Jackie
    December 1, 2010 at 11:21 pm

    I love the tree topper angels !!! It was great meeting some of Blind Pig’s fans at the craft show last week. Nice to put names with faces.

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    teresa
    December 1, 2010 at 4:38 pm

    Tipper – as I scrolled thru the names, I noticed Cathy at tadpoles and teacups was on the list. She’s from my neck of the woods.
    Just a fun note.
    Love the bells – my nanny used to make them too.

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    sandra
    December 1, 2010 at 4:01 pm

    oops i must have missed the pile of rocks. like that doll at the top of the post, checked out the paps spring post in archives. congrats to the winner today

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    Ken
    December 1, 2010 at 3:39 pm

    Tipper,
    I guess the thought bypassed me of
    clearing for a garden spot. When I
    was little we cleared a big field
    of rocks and stacked them in neat
    rockpiles about every 50 feet or so. That created excellent copper-
    head dens. We had a bunch of feist
    dogs though and they’d sling the
    stuffings out of ’em. And this
    would make the work chores much
    more fun…Ken

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