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This rocking chair that now sits in my guest room
was given to my Gramma by Joe, my Grampa.
I don’t know why we called him Joe, it wasn’t his name.
Anyway, he gave it to Gramma 95 years ago
when she was pregnant with her first child, my mother.
In this chair, she rocked her two children
and seven grandchildren.
It is no ordinary chair.
To me, it says LOVE.
23 thoughts on “It says love…”
Generations of love occupy that chair, your artwork made it sweet! 💗
Thanks, Josie. It is a special chair. I wonder who will have it when I go to the great beyond?
I love rocking chairs! They give the room such a homey feel. Have a great weekend! 🙂
They do give a room a comfy feel. I have one in my living room, too.
I’m a rocking chair friend, so I’m totally taken away with this. Lovely.
There is something special about a rocking chair. I have two, Gramma’s and one I bought several years ago that is my reading chair. My chair not only rocks it swivels!
Rocking chairs are the best. I still have the porch rocker that my mother used for all her babies.
I wonder what will happen to my rocker when I no longer need it? Not that I ever rocked any babies in it but it has comforted me.
A very special story, Patricia. Thank you for sharing it.
Rocking chairs are so welcoming. Glad yours sends out all the right vibes.
Yep, it helps me keep it all together when my world gets crazy.
Reminds me of my grandfather, he also used to had a special chair. Now that he passed away two years ago that chair now sits in my room. Thank you for sharing.
It is a gift to have something so special as a chair that once was your grandfathers.
Aahhhhhhhh. ❤ ❤ ❤
That’s what I think when I rock in it.
Can you stand another, Aahhhhhhhh. ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤
Always up for an aahhhhh.
😀 😀 😀
Already the story about this chair is very special and definitely not ordinary. It is a great atempt and I thank you for sharing it!
You are most welcome! ☺
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