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A baby so small that her mother fed her mother’s milk with a dropper because Tootsie was too small to nurse.
A baby so tiny that her mother kept her, nestled against soft batting, in a shoebox on the windowsill to warm her during the day and placed her in the same box on the open door of the oven to keep her warm at night.
His father, who had been injured years earlier in a mining accident, suffered a stroke that made it difficult for his wife to care for him alone, so Bertie and Margaret Georgeson would come to Harry and Tootsie’s home every evening and go home every morning.
After Bertie’s death, Margaret continued to spend each night in Tootsie’s home and when Margaret developed cancer, it was Tootsie who cared for her.“I think my dad really admired her for what she did for his parents,” Teri says. “I just thought it was my duty to care for them,” she says.
But his pessimism about Tootsie’s survival is understandable.
The one exception, she recalls, was an annual Eagles picnic at the summit where they got rides from others.After his death, Tootsie had a modern heat pump installed.It’s the same house where, not long after her marriage, she began helping care for Harry’s parents.When the group broke up and went their separate ways, he posed a question. It’s been changed twice since she got it, but still has the original diamond center stone. 29, 1951, Tootsie — wearing a long white satin dress with a long train and veil — exchanged vows with Harry in a small wedding at the Episcopal Church in Roslyn, the same church where she was baptized, confirmed and remains active.Last month, dressed in period clothing, she helped ring the church bell to mark the 125th anniversary of the 1892 mine disaster in Roslyn.