• 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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23 June 2009


I can't believe I looked on my "read" list just this minute. I haven't been a very good reader or poster for the past several months in the blog world, and—here you are! Steph, I think I've found some inspiration to move forward myself.

hey--I was just thinking about you last night. glad you're ok

Hey you can't even FIND my blog any more. Take that disappearing! Glad to 'see' you again.

i have to admit, i was worried. sonya and i were just on the phone about it last week, so thanks for posting.

happy to have you back here and hope the computer glitches come to a quick halt. xxx

Glad to see you are back :) I hope your computer stays working :)

Glad you are healthy and well read.
Good luck with the computer. Mine acted up, was told it might be the logic board but we cleaned out all the vents and so far so good.

Missed you. :)


Hey, Steph!

Aww, welcome back, hope you get your computer fixed soon.

oh TG you are ok! I have missed you so!!! did the computer continue living until the next day??
write soon xxxxx

How delightful to discover that you've returned....

Good crew it's cool :)

oh.. I hope you can buy a new computer and be back as soon as you can.. :) Hope you all the best in life.. God Bless

oh we miss you! wish you all the best and take care!

Uuurgh technology, hopefully with a little coaxing you'll stay connected. Have fun.

I had to refresh the page 2 times to view this page for some reason, however, the information here was worth the wait.

we miss you! wish you all the best and take care!

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