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Reply TerryMit
4:12 PM on February 4, 2017 
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8:02 AM on October 29, 2013 
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Reply Pat Thomason
8:57 AM on March 25, 2012 
Betty, Each time I visit your store, I find a treasure. Love chatting with your daughter Pam....... Whenever my family visit me - we head to your friendly store.

Good Job!
Reply Debra Sherwood
2:57 AM on January 1, 2012 
I used to live in that house. My husband and I had a roofing company back then...Alpine Roofing! 351-ROOF was the phone number. We had our office in the front room, my daughter Tracy's room was the front left room. My baby girl's room was
behind it, just off the office. The living room had wonderful wood floors, and the storage/hall had cabinets to high to reach and a bathroom with what we called the "shabath", a short shower head mounted just above the tub. Our bedroom was in the back, and shared the porch with the kitchen door. I loved that house and always considered it my home. The paper shell pecans have produced some great pies and holiday baking for family, church, and friends! There used to be an old smokehouse in the back yard...I fininshed it out and sound proofed it and sent my daughter out there when she was learning to play the clarinet...goose, goose...yipes! We had a little wire haired terrier when we lived there. We found him abandoned in the street when he was a puppy...called him Freeway! I am so pleased that you have kept the house pretty much like it was. It has so much history for not only my family, but the people who lived in it before us. There was an old man named Dan that lived in the old house across the street. He said that his house and that one were built about the same time by his family...I believe he said in the late 1930's or early 40's. He moved to Georgia and married a real sweet lady...she was 82 and he was 86. Never heard from them again...they were so cute together. Do you have ceramic classes that make your cookie jars? That would be a wonderful thing to offer to the community, and you could charge for the class, and the materials to make the ceramics too! Do you have quilting classes or jewelry making? Old fashioned crafts and art to go with the antique theme would be wonderful...nobody can make artistic and hand crafted items like they used to, and the younger lady's in the area should have the chance to learn the older crafts and artistic designs...its a dying art! I have greatly enjoyed my tour down memory lane of the house that my family knew as home, and I have always loved. Thank You for your beautiful shop. I will stop by and see you in person sometime. My daughter Tonya, and her cousin Cindy did stop by there last September and she said she really enjoyed it too! Please send me e-mail updates of your new items...I would love to see what you have added! By the big is that pink ornate cup w/lid? Is it tea cup size, or more like a coffee mug size? I really love it!
Have a wonderful and blessed new year, and keep up the good work...its beautiful!
Sincerely, Debra
Reply Mallory L Hildebrandt
3:34 PM on August 12, 2011 
Love the site!! Was glad Kalie posted the web address on facebook. I will be in Tomball visiting family in a few weeks and can't wait to stop by.
Mallory Hildebrandt
Blanco, TX
Reply eunikkijamesi7
7:15 AM on June 16, 2011 
Good webpage by Donita Juriga
Reply Debbie Rolan Brunelle
9:19 AM on October 14, 2010 
Hi Mrs. Palmer
Really enjoyed cursing through your website. Great job. I love all your goodies. Kathy emailed a flyer with info on the T-Shirt memory quilts and that is how I found your site. Your shop is darling, would love to see it in person.

Reply Lynn Flaherty
4:57 PM on August 11, 2010 
Will come back to shop soon!
Reply Liz English
2:31 PM on July 15, 2010 
This website is awesome! Very professional and done in very good taste! I couldn't have done it better myself! Love to All!
Reply Jerry Palmer
10:18 AM on July 15, 2010 
Your site looks very professional. Great pictures of your merchandise. I know a lot of time and work went into puitting this site together. Congratulations and best wishes! I will forward your web site to friends that may have an interest in your inventory.

Love Ya!