Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Master Jack and Nancy

Atlanta, GA

DSCN0348You all know those folks who immediately become a friend even if you haven’t met them. I have always felt a connection with Nancy of  Jack Nimble. We have corresponded through our blogs and I knew that we had to make a stop in Atlanta to meet her and Jack.

 

Nancy suffers from extreme pain in her hips and yet she welcomed us into her drive way and home with open arms.

Jack is the biggest sweetheart. He cracked me up when he went into the kitchen and started banging the stool around. That’s his way of telling Nancy that he wants his sweet tater treat.

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Nancy is as wonderful a person as I thought she would be. Truly a special friend. Because we were delayed a week in Virginia (couldn’t find a campground near Roanoke) we could only stay one night. But I definitely see a return trip in the future.

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Nancy’s daughter, Susan, made the best lasagna for us for dinner. She also made a homemade salad dressing that was incredible. Thank you so much Susan. Sure wish we could have met you. We love your Mom.

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Thank you again Nancy for being the person you are.

16 comments:

  1. How great that you got to meet Nancy. She sounds like a terrific person!

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  2. Jack and Nancy are two great creatures! Love their comments on our blog. Hope to meet them some of these days.

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  3. What a wonderful visit, nothing like a good lasagne too.

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  4. What great photos she took of you two. I'll check her blog out.

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  5. What a nice visit. Just from Nancy's blog I can tell she is a wonderful lady.

    Great photos of the four of you!

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  6. Great visit with Nancy. I always enjoy my communications with her.

    Beautiful pics of you two.

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  7. You life is so rich with friends from so many places.

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  8. How special to get to spend time with such a wonderful lady --and great friend. Sounds like you all are having a great time traveling across the country.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. Wonderful picture of you guys and the girls!! After you get settled in your "2nd home", give3 us a call and we will come for a visit. Welcome back!

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  10. Those pictures of you and Jim are so cute. You even got the whole family in the last one.

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  11. Sometime we just click with friends, don't we. Doug and I notice when the things you say to someone go right it, easy, no confusion no explanation.

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  12. So happy you got to visit with Nancy and Jack. They are such a wonderful pair. Jack looks like one big lovable teddy bear. I would so love to meet them some day too.

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  14. Oh, wow, Sandie. I was on earlier and completely missed this post! It was such a pleasure meeting you and Jim and the girls. Funny, I said the very same thing about you to Susan--felt like I'd known you forever. She said she was happy to make a meal for you and she was sorry she didn't get to meet you. I sure hope we get to meet, again. I enjoyed and "needed" your company more than you'll ever know. Jack says hi! He's learning sign language. He now knows "no more" and "out" - figured I'd better start teaching him before he becomes completely deaf. Enjoy your winter home. I apologize, but I forgot the name of the campground you're at. Wow, such nice comments from everyone. Looks like I'll be adding some blogs to my blog roll--backed up as I am reading. I agree with everyone--you and Jim are very photogenic.

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