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Hey, Sugar! I'm Jeanne Hewell-Chambers: writer ~ stitcher ~ storyteller ~ one-woman performer ~ creator & founder of The 70273 Project, and I'm mighty glad you're here. Make yourself at home, and if you have any questions, just holler.
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I love this, and you. and wilma jean. kinda reminded me of thelma juice.
well, i haven’t checked the family tree, but i’m pretty sure that wilma jean and and and thelma juice are kissin’ cousins.
Really fun to see you and hear you on video Jeanne – Brava (and more please 🙂
aw, thank you, kathy.
My face hurts from laughing!
it was kinda’ wonky making this video on account of the slight delay time from what i was saying and when i was moving and what i was seeing on the screen. like i was straddling two dimensions or something.
This is wonderful – and not just the eavesdropping story relay! It’s so nice to “see” you! 🙂 My goodness, you rock!
yeah, well. i was kinda’ nervous about that. expect my twitter numbers to drop drastically tonight. but oh well. it was fun.
I love this, Jeanne! It’s wonderful to see your gorgeous self after hearing you for some time, now.
oh you need a three picture deal. yes you do …
Jeanne, I’m just now getting around to reading all my favorite bloggers and oh, my what a TREAT to hear your sweet southern voice and see your happy face on my little compter screen over here!
i’m all for letters and not stickin ’em where people can’t find em. i read a letter to my mom at her funeral and it took me about 10 years to really get it, but it finally clicked that she didn’t hear me. yeah, yeah, yeah, her spirit did, if you believe that sort of thing (which i do), but she—while she was here and alive and living and breathing—never got to hear that letter. and what a bummer. it was a really great letter.
thanks so much for sharing your vlog … you made my might!