Here's is my answer to my own question! Sorry for the really bad photos. We're having another dreary day with no sunlight and I'm trying to avoid using a flash because of the glass.
This will always be one of my favorite "love" samplers. I had been stitching lots of the Told in a Garden little Amish designs, and then spotted this one - Family Treasures II - and fell in love with it immediately.
While I was stitching it, I remember thinking that the "eyes were strong" line was a little silly. I was 29 years old and I could practically stitch in the dark. Little did I know that in 20 years I would need gazillion watt lighting and magnification!
I'm a little concerned about the framing. I don't remember - did give you a link to this page before? Julie M, a stitcher and custom framer, wrote a post about taking apart an older cross stitch picture and what she found underneath was not pretty. Now, look closely at the mat bevels in the photo above.
Orange. Probably acid mats. I think I care enough about the life of this one to have it redone. It's should be an easy decision, so why am I dilly-dallying?