6 Responses to Contact Denise

  1. Kristin Alkire says:

    Hi, Denise! I just went to your old blog website to see how you are and I see that you have this beautiful new blog! I enjoyed reading your latest post…my husband would have been laughing at me too. :)

    I’m still teaching at Otsego and loving my crazy life. I hope you and your family are doing great!

    Kristin Alkire :)

    • life4boys says:


      Hearing from you made my day. Thank you so much for stopping by! One of these days I hope we have cups of coffee together! Hope you are having yet another thrilling year! :)

      Wishing you all the very best,

  2. Darcie Wells says:

    Hi Denise,
    My name is Darcie and I recently started as the Internet Marketing person for Topseat International. The owner shared the link to your blog with me. It is really cute. What a life you all have! Your family is adorable. I love what you wrote about how you came by your toilet and your toilet seat. And was really happy to read someone share about how much they enjoyed our toilet seats. They are pretty unique. I was wondering if you would allow me to share this article on the blog page of our new website. It is not up and running yet, but I am looking for interesting items to post on our social websites and our blog page and was hoping to include your great post. I put my email contact above but here it is again just in case: Darcie.Wells@topseatusa.com. I look forward to hearing from you.

  3. Fern Isaacs says:

    Keep up the good work!

  4. Norman Replogle says:

    Hello! I was researching my family tree which led to Christopher Shively. It turns out I am related to him through the daughter of my fourth great grandfather Peter Replogle (born in 1785). Her name was Hannah and was the sixth of nine children. She was the second wife of Christopher Shively. I came across your web page and discovered the amazing remake of Christopher’s cabinet by your son. That is incredible work! Makes me envious as I am an amateur woodworker and cabinet maker. Not quite that good though. I find it interesting that family genealogy extends in so many directions. I never knew that such a talented woodworker was in my distant family past. Congratulations to your son, and glad your webpage helped me discover more about my ancestors. Thanks!

  5. Evi Wusk says:

    Hi Denise! I am just getting back to your comment on my blog. Of course, you are more than welcome to use my writing as a devotion. That warmed my heart. Love your blog as well. Cheers to encouraging one another in such a crazy time.

    p.s. Your note came on a day I was feeling bummed and it lightened my heart. Thanks for reaching out!

    Evi (say it like Chevy)

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