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December 23, 2006



I am taking a few days off from blogland also-happy holidays to you!


I'm reading today & tomorrow. ;) (Next two weeks will be a bit sporadic for me, though!)

Merry Christmas!

(And you look beautiful in that photo... don't give yourself such a hard time!)


Enjoy the holiday. Merry Christmas to you and your family!


Thanks for the terrific pictures Bron :) I really love the one of you and your bio-mom. I hope you have wonderful Christmas holidays and a Happy New Year.

Do you still have the snow? Here in Toronto in what's supposed to be the land of snow, we don't have any and none is forecast for Christmas. Lots of people here are golfing and jogging in shorts. Crazy eh?


Happy Holidays!!! Great photos of your family.


Season's Greetings !

You are not moon faced ! You look beautiful.


You look beautiful Bron. :o) Seasons Blessings to you and yours my friend. It's a hot and windy Christmas day here. Hope yours is full of fun and good things. :o)

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