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  1. You know I have trouble being silent… This is a wonderfully scripted shot that is incredibly pleasing to the eye…. I imagine a little girl somewhere on that lawn missing some boots! Great blending of colours!

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    1. I’m glad you didn’t remain silent! You can’t really tell from the picture that they are teeny – and a constant part of my daughters wardrobe 15 years ago. I found them in the basement and teared up a little bit. She’s off to college next year to play lacrosse, she’ll be wearing a different type of foot gear!

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    1. Annie is our daughter. I was going to write a little story about the boots but it got me a little teary eyed. You can’t tell from the picture but they are teeny tiny little boots – she wore them nonstop for about 2 years with all of her outfits. You know how it is when you go through your children’s old things!!

      Yes, that is our lawn at the beginning of the summer after we had all that rain. It doesn’t look like that now!!

      Nice to hear from you, Jeannie!

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      1. Oh, I know what you mean about kid’s things…no matter how old, they’ll always be your babies. I do my share of reminiscing…well, more like crying.. quite often. I’d better stop, getting choked up already. Now that I know, those boots are THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PAIR OF YELLOW BOOTS, EVER! πŸ˜€

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        1. YES THEY ARE!!! You’ve inspired me to tell their story one day, because it would touch anyone with grown children. I just can’t do it right now! I knew you would empathize. πŸ™‚

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    1. I’m always late catching up these days. You would understand how precious these yellow boots are. My daughter wore them nonstop when she was a toddler – with everything! You can’t tell from the picture, but they are teeny tiny – I teared up when I found them in the basement. She leaves for California in August, I miss her already.

      I hope you daughter is doing well at Emory!

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    1. Thank you! Tell Tuck those yellow boots are so tiny they would fit in the palm of his hand. They were my daughter’s boots when she was a rambunctious little girl – she would have worn them to bed if she could have! Now she’s wearing platforms!

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