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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Dew On The Kudzu

Thank to good blogging buddy Tammy, I came to know a spirited and delightful Southern E-zine called, Dew On The Kudzu and it's wonderful editor, Idge. I submitted the story about my Grandfather's farm, and accompanying photos, and it was accepted. Thank you Tammy for a sweet experience. Oh, if you love the South, Southern experiences, writers, poems, fun and nature, Dew On The Kudzu is for you!


TK Angels said...

Wow-I another story published. I feel so honored to have a good friend as a writer. Congrats

Rosemary said...

Good for you!!

Sophie Honeysuckle said...

That's fab news!!! Yay indeed!
(By the way-love your blog music!!!)

jafabrit said...

how wonderful, congratulations :)

Andi said...

Very nice Sue!

Kari said...

Thank you for the kind comments and thank you for adding me to your list. I'm flattered! You're like a blog rock star to me! lol
Love reading your blog...I sometimes think we have MUCH in common (I probably find that disturbing, huh?).

Carolyn said...

Oh, how wonderful Sue! I loved your post about your Grandfather's farm. Am sure it's gonna be loved by the readers at Dew on the Kudzu! That is just great.

So glad you came by, and that you got to revisit some of VA. Loved your super comments. This is my first blog visiting in five days, so am happy to be here. Hugs!! :-)

Jen said...

how neat, congrats!

PAT said...

I love this Sue!!

J's original family farm, a few miles south of here, sounds very much like your grandfather's farm. When the family arrived from Germany in the mid 19th century, two brothers began farming a few miles apart. There is a road that went between the two farms. Now Interstate 70 crosses that old road. It passes through Lake St Louis. A few years ago the residents of LSL tried to change the name. It seems it didn't "fit" their scheme. Our family is so big, we were able to stop that change by petition and it remains there, still named for J's family, twisting and turning through the development/"town". The 2 farms are still in the family, although smaller than they once were. One farm has been donated to the city of Wentzville to be used as a park, after the death of the last remaining family member. J has lots of stories about both those farms.


PAT said...

PS:Make that family member/owner. There is one survivor (the last) living on the donated farm.