When I married my husband 29 years ago, he literally came with first-wife baggage.
I didn’t mind using the housewares from my husband’s first marriage. I am, after all, a practical person and appreciated the goods. Over the years, though, most of the things that came with him have disappeared from our household as they wore out or were replaced.
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The things my grandmother, Agnes Rogers, said and did still touch my life and I will always appreciate her. Some of those actions are just memories that make me smile while others play a major role in who I am and what I do today.
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We’re sisters who grew up in a creative environment. Our mother, aunts and grandmothers created things by hand for us and other family members. They found creating something unique for the people they love incredibly satisfying. A frugal family, they also knew they could make the things their loved ones needed and wanted for much less financial expenditure and with higher quality than the “store bought” options.
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