The almost true exploits of an intrepid spinster and her stitching...and all of the things that make up her crazy, happy, quiet little life.
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She will be missed. I've been a fan since Laura Petrie!
She sure was, she sure was.Marilyn
I remember the needlepoint so well - she did it on real life, too! Loved her.
She was definitely a hero to me. Great, classy lady.
I think she would be pleased that all of us "of a certain age" were empowered by her spirit, and in a very real way, still are.
She was an inspiration to me. When I watched her show, I thought wow, you don't have to be married to live on your own and have a life!
She really could turn the world on with her smile :)
I so wanted her apartment with the big windows and the sunken living room. She was truly an icon.
Me too!!Ruth in Oxnard CA>
Yep, I thought that was the coolest apartment. Didn't matter to me that she slept on a pull-out couch.
She always had such style and grace and as Jan said, a classy lady. Don't see many like her in show biz these days
She was the inspiration for my career. Thanks for the love & laughter, Mary. You made it after all!
What a sweet tribute!
I wanted to be just like her.