• 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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11 April 2008

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Normally I wouldn't knock on anyone's door at 7:45 {am} unless it were an emergency, but I was under the impression that you were an early riser, and it is a really sunny, beautiful morning, so I half-imagined you hanging out the window like Snow White singing to your little bird and mouse friends. OK, that's not true. Really I just knocked on your door because I wanted you to be paying attention when you eventually opened it, so that you wouldn't miss seeing the treat. Glad you liked it!

Can I just say that I want to move onto your block?!! A lemony surprise in the morning...heavenly.

Happy Friday!

That is a nice way to wake up. And I don't think 7:45 is decadent, but it was undoubtedly deserved.

What a wonderful story! You've made my Friday awesome, too! :)

Don't worry, I don't like to get up before 8:30 if I can possibly help it. 7:30 is an early day for me.

Hey, I didn't get an early morning delivery. Lemons, lamas and sunshine sounds like it could be a great album name. And 7:30 - way too early. Sleep is good.

I love your blog. I have nominated your blog as a blog that “brings me inspiration and makes me appreciate the blogosphere”. Now it´s your turn to do the same for 10 others who inspired you if you want … and may your blog run and run

That sounds like a magical experience all around!

what a lovely and yummy surprise! I am glad it was so tasty.

ahhh, how wonderful to have such friends...

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