Thank you so much. It is a great honor to be given this award from a wonderful friend, especially when it comes from a wonderful friend like you. "Happy Diwali" to you and your family. Hugs, Dot
Oh, thank you! You made my day. I offer the same award right back to you.Best,Lucy
Lucy, thanks for educating me about your festive holiday season. I went on line to learn more about who you were honoring and how you celebrated with the exchange of sweets,the fireworks or Lamps burning, card parties, buying of new clothes and jewelry. When I read you gave out sugar candy and puffed wheat I just had to tell you that I often have puffed wheat cereal for my breakfast. This Diwali Holiday resembles our Christmas, Halloween and New years combined. Christmas is a Religious holiday here and we give each other gifts which often is clothing and jewelry, Halloween where we give out candy and other sweets, and New Years where we have parties and sometimes fireworks. I enjoyed reading about your Hindu festival Diwali. Sounds like days of enjoyment and sharing. Makes receiving the Diwali award even more precious. Thank you.
Hillgrandmom, I am sorry, for using Lucy`s name instead of yours in the last comment as it was meant for you. I had just finished reading the comment that Lucy left you so her name was still on my mind when I was writing to you. I tried to erase the comment and re-write it, but I couldn`t. Thanks again for sharing your Diwali award with me.
Thanks a million hillg'mom.Very nice of you to consider me worthy.Now this is the fourth award I've been honored with.Tell me how to post it in my blogspace.Happy Diwali to you too.10:09 PM
Susan I am honoured . It amazes me when I think of how our friendship grew from a chance comment from me on your family blog . I would like to know that I treasure your friendship albeit over cyberspace , deeply .
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