Grandma was a classy looking lady. I only knew her as the funny little lady with the crinkly smile who loved to twit Grandpa. She always wore an apron, except when she went to town and there seemed to be no time for the "classy" stuff, just the necessities. This picture reminds me of the other Tilda. Thank you for posting it.
And, the saying that I loved, was when Grandpa would come into the house and twit her about something (with a smile on his face), and she would say, "Oh, pshaw!", and that was an end to it.
What does "twit" mean?
Look it up - surely Webster's has it?
I have enjoyed looking at the photos, comments, and wonderful memorabilia. My mother is Delilah Mae Wasden Robb. Although I am not in the Wasden blood line, I have fond memories of Grandpa James and Grandma Tilda Wasden. One of my happiest childhood memories of Christmas was when Grandpa James built a small round table and 2 small chairs for me and my sister Mary Lou. The table top was painted a pretty blue. I remember visiting the little white house in Penrose, and it was exciting when Uncle Russell would come to visit. You have created a wonderful site. Georgia Robb Drake
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