Nanny, I don't have to tell you how much I love you because you already know that. I will always cherish our Friday nights. We would eat dinner, watch wheel of fortune, you would try and teach me to crochet and you told me one day you will learn and I will Nanny. I do miss you but I know you are dancing with your sisters Aunt Izella, Zeno, Iva Ruth, Emma Jean, and your brothers Uncle Orville, Doyle, Dan, & TS, Big Mama, and Papa. ALl of you are having a big celebration.
I was the only one you made a strawberry cake for my birthday. I loved that strawberry cake. I don't know anyone who could make it better than you. This year I will change that cake. I will never forget you cooking Christmas dinner for Van,Vanessa, Bobby, and I. It was great your chicken and dressing, mashed potatotes, green beans, old fashion fruit salad. Yummy, I love you Nanny.
Shela Miller Schluter