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Hi. If you are a Nonna, then there must be some Italian or Sicilian blood involved. Further, if you are a Nonna, I see Pasta Fagiole and Gnocci on your table, not Potatoe Pie. I know there are Southern Italians, but that's waaaay south!
This is such a touching story! What a great mom.
What a wonderful tradition your mom started that day.
Billrrrr, my dad was Italian and talked about his Nonna with such love that I always said if I ever have grandchildren I wanted to call me Nonna. My mother was from Louisiana and SP Pie was a receipe handed down. Our table was a cultural experienc
Nonnas are angels. My Nonna was the most special woman I have ever known. She raised eight kids by taking in sewing. She was magical; spinning sauce, pasta, Sicilian pizza & chocolate bars from seemingly nowhere.
Children are so sweet. Lovely memory.
That's nice that you have such an early memory.
It sounds like a beautiful day.
Interesting the three of us remember things with our fathers. Mine was just his mere presence and leaning back on his legs. Seems like we all valued time with Dad.
It just goes to show how much little things stick with a kid, things we adults may not give a second thought to.
I remember my brothers playing army that way.