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Aunt Ruthie’s Christmas Home Tour 2016

Written by Aunt Ruthie on December 9th, 2016


Howdy Sugar Pie! It’s that time…can you believe it!! Christmas is just around the corner! This year my Home Tour is on video! Please come on over to Youtube and say hello there! And if you haven’t subscribed yet please do so you won’t miss any upcoming videos! Here’s the link:

God bless you sweetie and have a Merry Christmas!!

Aunt Ruthie


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Warm Pie Happy Home


Written by Aunt Ruthie on December 8th, 2016


Hi Sugar Pie!

I just wanted to check in with you and to thank you sweet lovelies for praying for my Mama in Love, Mama Ruth a while back.   Mama Ruth (my hubby’s  mama) went to be with Jesus a couple weeks ago. We’re going to miss her so much. In Her last few moments Linda, my sister in love, was hugging her and my daughter Summer and I were holding her hand and rubbing her arm. We were telling her how much we loved her and we we’re talking about how Jesus was waiting for her with her mama and dad too…and how her mama probably made a jelly cake ( her daddy’s favorite) to celebrate her home-coming and how it’s going to be so wonderful seeing all of them.


One of Mama Ruth’s stories was how her Mama would always ask Ruth’s Dad what he wanted for his birthday and with a big smile he always said “All I want is for all my kids to come home and a Jelly Cake!”. Shortly after rehearsing that sweet story she took one more breath and entered gloryland. We believe Angels were in the room and lovingly escorted her to Jesus.❤️

I had a house full of out-of-town family for the week of her home-going celebration and they all stayed through Thanksgiving. It was a time we all needed to be together. I will cherish her fun stories of life on her Oklahoma farm, her delicious meals and desserts she made, her funny personality, her laughter and most of all the love she poured into her family in everything she did. What a blessing she was! We will miss her so much! Thank you again for your prayers!

God Bless your darlin’ heart!

Aunt Ruthie


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