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December 06, 2005



Gee, I wonder what youare going to be sending me for Christmas.... I bet I have a clue.

And I also like the Tempting sweater. And I already have the Calmer. But first I need to finish up some other UFOs.


I had my eye on Tubey, sans stripes, too. Well see...

You've been cooking up a storm with balms, candles and munchies. I'm still buried in life to get much of anything done. Sigh...


ooh, spiced pecans -- i'll be looking for that recipe


Aw, Marie - you'll perk up soon - I promise! You're just in a wee funk. That tends to come with birthdays some years. ;) The pressure of the holidays certain doesn't help either!

Maryse - recipes tomorrow - guaranteed!


Gigi is a great sweater. I love mine. What color will you make the tie?

I like the bolero too.


Please, please post that recipe! It looks so good just sitting there all ready to go :) I am no clue how you do such amazing looking crocheted pieces.. but they impress me each time!

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