“egg yolk days” is a blog run by two generations of homemakers: elliewellie and her grandmother, gramawama.

When elliewellie was a girl and she saw the weather forecast and always asked why there were egg yolks on the TV. Grandma explained that it meant sunny days, but it sparked a funny tradition that has lasted for years. They hope that the blog will be able to bring you an egg yolk day every day.

She recently graduated college for graphic design and creative writing. She enjoys sewing quilts and aprons and has been baking and cooking since she was young. While she wouldn’t claim expertise in any field, she enjoys a wide array of hobbies and crafting.

Gramawama is a grandmother with five children and five grandchildren. She and her husband will celebrate 46 years of marriage in August.  She is part time bookkeeper at her family owned print business.  She loves growing fifty different fruits and vegetables and eighteen hens on her seven acres. Genealogy is another love and she is also involved with Emergency Preparedness.

10 Responses to About

  1. adaisygarden says:

    Wow, you don’t see this everyday… a Grandma and her granddaughter writing a blog together! I can’t wait to try some of those recipes!

  2. Love the egg yoke story – so sweet! 🙂

  3. Staci Cogar says:

    LeVon, You must be so proud – this is a great blog! You two are inspirational! Staci :o)

  4. Erinn @ www.more-sprinkles.com says:

    Hi, I nominated you for a Liebster Award, check out my blog post called “Liebster Award” at http://www.more-sprinkles.com

  5. Russell says:

    Am loving your blog and certainly looking forward to trying out some of the recipes and your future posts! Have a great evening!

  6. Lisa says:

    Ladies, I have enjoyed reading your Ireland trip! I did not know Dingle was a town. My great great great grandmother was a Dingle. Gardening, genealogy, emergency preparedness, family… Are you LDS?

    Shoot me an email, I would love to learn more.

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