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At 9:44am on January 18, 2010, Paula Holland Rhodarmer said…
I loved your book Carroll. I loved your mother also. I didn't know your dad very well, but he did come to a Bible study I taught at Piney Grove once. Whenever I think about our mothers I cry too, then I usually have to laugh. They were both so unique and so alike. One funny thing that comes to mind was one of the last times my mother was in the hospital, I came in the room and Jimmie was in there. I was complaining about the long walk to the room and I asked Jimmie if she made it o.k. She ______ yes I always park in the doctor's parking lot. I laughed and laughed because they were so lawless sometimes. I could always find out if my mother was in the grocery store at Ingles because she parked in the diamond shaped space (not a real space) in the very front that was left after they striped the parking lot. No one ever said anything to her about parking there. Of course, both of them should have had special parking they just didn't wait for permission. One thing that can truly be said of our mothers was that they loved us more than anything.
At 8:22pm on January 11, 2010, Carroll Jones said…
Thanks, Paula. I just read your comment so you can tell I don't visit this website very often. Our mothers were such good friends and when I think of Bobbie and Paul I get tears in my eyes. I loved both of them. Hope you enjoy reading Rooted Deep in the Pigeon Valley . Best regards....Carroll
At 12:50pm on November 11, 2009, CHARLES C FLETCHER said…
I have copies of my first two books and will have the third one back from the publisher soon. I could mail you all 3 togeather but I will need your e mail address or postal address, would also like to have your phone no. for future contact.
Charles Fletcher e-mail--ccfletch9@

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