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July 25, 2008


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Hang in there! Hope it all settles out soon.


Your daughter's hair is gorgeous!

Wishing you a calmer summer's end and a lighthearted fall. Good to hear an update!

Jodi aka soNOTcool

That is one sweet haircut. I like it a lot. I also love the photo of her with the magnifying glass. Great capture!

I also collect the vintage enameled pieces. I wish that I could find more as I only have about five trays/bins.

Obi-Mom Kenobi

I am completely coveting your enamel finds. Should you ever post your new place of residence, I shall probably come and pilfer them from you. Seriously. I love old enameled cooking pieces.

This Little Piggy

Phew! :o)


What Joy! What Happiness! What relief! THERE you are! So nice to hear from you. Sorry things are rough right now. We're all routing for you, fingers crossed, and checking in here (Hello? Every day for a month. I am nothing, if not determined.)

Love the magnifying glass picture! Showed my son. Remembered my plans to marry him to Ms. D. : )

Good luck friend. Love, K


You have had a busy summer in deed. You've been missed in the blogosphere.

Urban Mom

I've missed you! And you're now the 2nd person I've met in my life who likes the paint by numbers art. I knew a guy in my former corporate life who was often on ebay expanding his collection.

Hope the house business works itself out soon. Such stress!!!

And the haircut is way-cool!


back with a vengance!! Im with you on the paint by numbers thing. what is it about them. and its not that they are kitch. they accually are cool. or maybe i have poor taste. lllllllllllllllooooooooooooolllllllllllllllllllllllll


Lovely photos. My unsocialized daughters (16 and 20) are busy busy busy. Jobs, volunteering, internships, reading,hanging out.


Great photos. I do remember those cups!! Love Acadia. Love the hair.

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