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!
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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.