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Father daughter conversation overheard

Dad to five-year-old daughter Matilda Anne, "Tillie would you come in here please?"

Tillie to Dad, "Coming in there right now is not an option."

Dad to daughter, "And why is coming in here not an option?"

Tillie to Dad, "Because I make the options."



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Busy visitor at the grandparent's house



2017-06-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener (AKA Mema), columbiamagazine.com.
Matilda Anne Waggener worked hard helping her Mema today. She discovered the painting behind her in storage and was very surprised to learn her Dad made it in school. She insisted it go home with them. Tillie also lovingly packed a few keepsakes left by her Great Mema who passed away in February and she volunteered to be their keeper now. Her Great Mema is probably sitting on a cloud drinking sweet tea, smiling in delight at this result, because we had all worried about who would keep the keepsakes. -- LW

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