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We often have guests who have gone above and beyond with their generousity. They have found our Wish list and without asking, have brought us some items from it. Those guests deserve to be honored. Other guests have shared items that are not on our wish list, but have added to the beauty of our home and life. These are here for you to enjoy also during your stay. All of these people are truly special. If you are truly special, you will be honored too.

There are dozens of people who are not here, because they shared long before this list was thought of, but I owe thanks for peanut butter, Bisquik, and at times evaporated milk. If you refresh my memory, I will gratefully add you here. It is not an intentional omission; it is an issue of a poor memory. 

The Wish List has been fully updated. You can find it here. If you want to head directly to the book list, click here. For non-book wishes, you can go direct by clicking here.

Harriet and Patrick Serenkin - They muled over some toothbrush steripods and brought us some new books besides.

KIm and Frank Blanchard - Tide To Go Instant Stain Remover Liquid, Trader Joe's Chipote, Travelon Laundry Soap Sheets, and some new reading materials from the book list.

Brian Represher - Tide To Go Instant Stain Remover Liquid

Rich and Nancy Fisher - They outdid themselves bringing us 2 containers of Italian breadcrumbs, 3 artichoke products, a jar of peanut butter, 2 bottles of vanilla extract, 5 paperbacks including The Whole Enchilada, which I had been lusting after and the ultimate gift. Nancy who is a weaver, created a gorgeous shopping bag. It is so beautiful I will almost hate to use it rather than use it as an art piece.

Susan and Jamie Packer - Two Bubi Bottles http://bubibottle.com/

Teresa Cairns - A jar of Skippy peanut butter

Dr. Stephanie Paluda and her son Eric - Three jars of delicious goodies from Trader Joes plus Rebecca Skloot's book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

Loraine Oglesby and Dorothy - These lovely ladies from Texas brough us these books.
Lisa Gardner - The Next Accident
Lisa Gardner - The Killing Hour
Lisa Gardner - The Third Victim
Marvin Harris - Cows, Pigs, War and Witches: The Riddles of Culture
Eric Popkoff - The Expert's Guide to Internet Search and Research

Tony and Patty Dorrian - Great guests found this on my list and brought it - Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why by Bart D. Ehrman   

Caroline Sadé and Ellen Lasch - Khaled Hosseini - And the Mountains Echoed

Phyllis Askew and Family - These delightful people brought over 8 books that were on my wish list. I have not read all of them, but they are a permanent part of my collection with fond memories and thanks.

Scott Sittler - A dozen boxes of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese

Gay and Mary Mayer - After hearing that I really, really miss Trader Joe's artichoke pesto, has FedEx'ed me some upon returning home.

Becky McCullough - Four cans of pumpkin pie mix for Thanksgiving

Vickie Jeter - Five boxes of Stove Top stuffing for Thanksgiving

Kim Duke-Layden - A Year in Provence by Peter Mayle, Driving Over Lemons by Chris Stewart, and a box of Stove Top stuffing for Thanksgiving, and three issues of the magazine VIE that Kim writes for.

Janelle and Carl Brown - A Thousand Splendid Suns by Kaled Hosseini

Sharon Williams - The Father's Day Murder by Lee Harris, Rest in Pieces by Rita Mae Brown, A Wedding in December by Anita Shreve

Becky & Brian Vinson - Unbowed by Wangari Maathai and Born on a Blue Day by Daniel Tammet.

Jeremy Lin - Aunt Dimity Goes West, Aunt Dimity and the Deep Blue Sea by Nancy Atherton, and Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed by Jared Diamond. Thanks to Jeremy, I was able to return the borrowed copy that has been sitting on my bookshelf.

Lisa and Rob Redfield - Four Diane Mott Davidson books, which were as delicious reading as the recipes inside.

Helene Gubik Miller - Helene is a photographer. After she returned home, she shipped to us two enlarged prints of her Budapest photos.

Mark and Enid Sherman - They gave us one of Mark's orignal painings of the Cape Hatteras, NC Lighthouse painting.

Judy Gomall - A beautiful handblown vase of beautiful colors

Malissa Babe - A lovely Murano vase from Venice

Dr. Beverly Vaugh Hock's Children's Literature Tour - They had brought so many jars of peanut butter and boxes of Bisquik the summer they were here, it lasted a full year.

Jennifer Norcross - Jennifer was a Fulbright scholar here and has returned a couple of times as a B and B guest. Each time, she brings us goodies that we want/need, but had not even expressed our wish for them. She seems to know us really well. In between visits, she has surprised us with packages.

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