I'll check it out, have a good one.
Meredith, I just sat and cried watching this. Three of the finest human beings that ever walked on this Earth. They are an example of what all of us should hope to be! and no longer with us. Bill Friday was so great in this piece, how proud he was of the pot he made!! I could gush on about this forever, thanks so much for posting it, I would have never seen it!!xoxo
This program was on my TV PBS "live" last night...very moving, as Tracey says, since they've left this earthy realm. Anytime I see pottery being made, I have to watch to see what techniques I can pick up. Thanks for sharing it.
How interesting! Thanks for posting this.
I watched the video this morning with my coffee and toast. I have heard so many wonderful things about this couple, I wish I could have met them.
Dot and walter were like family to Mark,me and our kids. Just hearing them talk was like music to my ears. I miss them both very much and many days would love a good chat with them. Thank goodness this is out there for so many folks to enjoy.
What a great program! I'm sure you do miss those two -- I fell in love with her - so sweet. Isn't it wonderful to know that you and Mark are carrying on that Seagrove tradition.
Thanks so much for posting the link to this. My father spoke sohighly of them.
Hi Meredith!Walt forwarded this link to Matt and I was able to watch it with him. Thank you so much for posting it...I love hearing Matt and Kelly tell stories about their grandparents and it was so great to see them in action.
What a neat video. Thanks for putting it on the blog !!!
Hi Addie! That is wonderful- you married in to some of the best people I know. I am so glad you got to see these warm, wonderful people in action.
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