• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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21 June 2007

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what a great idea for postcards! I, too, love this song, and my favorite version is by Ray Charles/Cleo Laine. Have you heard that version? Breathtakingly beautiful.

Sho'nuff.

agreed. (except for the summer bit 'cause it's winter, and pretty bloody chilly, here)

hi!
love this song... it's one of the songs that comes out of my lips very easily while I'm at work!!! And I'm more of a fall girl, can't deal with a lot of heat (I'm from Portugal)...
:)
manela
ooops, forgot: great cards

cute.

what lovely postcards!

i love that song...

Oh, I know! And thank God. I've just about had all the rain I can stand.

Easy living here I come. I heart summer.

and a little wine.

perfect summer song for those long hot days...have a great one xxx

I am so excited about these postcards. Have you received any yet? I am waiting on pins and needles. Thanks for taking the time to make them. They look beautiful.

Cheers!
Cathy
www.homestretching.blogspot.com

i love that song and i don't know why. i might have known that you did, too.
xoxo

I received my postcard today and it is so lovely. I am wowed and feel quite lucky to have been on the receiving end. Thank you!

I received my postcard last night and I LOVE it so much. My wedding music was Gershwin so this made me really happy to see the song lyrics. I love the drawing, the recipe and the thread colors, just lovely. Thankyou.

one of my favorite songs! Happy SUmmer time to you !!

Thanks for the wonderful song! Have a great Summer!

it's perfect :)

those are simply adorable!

i *love* my postcard. thank-you!
just what i needed to brighten up my cubicle at work
:)

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