• 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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15 April 2008


okay you posted while i was reading.. i always love that.just want to come over to eat. your food choices look so scrumptious.

and the pattern you sent me is to be my 40 th birthday dinner outfit... I knew it needed a party.

love those sweet piggies!

I l-o-v-e those little piggies!!!!! And tomorrow is MY birthday!

Well, I love this too. And Saturday is my own birthday, since this seems to be a theme . . .

I've been waiting for these guys to appear again!
How much fabric does one pig need to *be*?

Hip hip hooray! Glad to see Petals' family is expanding.
The fabric link has had me salivating, must boil myself an egg...
(And a Happy Birthday to all you ladies!)

I think I might do just about anything for one of those piggies. Just so you know. But it's not birthday for another 2 months.

That fabric is so lovely! I always feel guilty just looking at liberty fabric, but it is so lovely! :)

oh yes, gorgeous fabrics :) and so good to see those piggies again xx

verrrrrrrry cute flat pigs.

Oh my God. I feel like I've come into an inheritance or something...I can't believe I've got four new posts to read!!! I love that you're in posting mode again. I miss is when you don't (no pressure ha!)....

The fabric is so pretty...especially the one on the right...I love it.

Oh no. I just went and looked up Liberty fabrics. I had never heard of them (I don't sew much-or get out much either I guess). Now I'm all set for a new addiction.

Gorgeous fabrics! I never make clothes for myself either, it makes me nervous. I do buy fabrics for the purpose though, but they usually end up in other projects. I love your garden shots. I will have to take a look at my plants today. It's worth the effort going out every once in a while....

Great fabrics. I buy lots of inexpensive cottons, but every so often it's great to have a splurge on a metre or even just a half metre of something pricier you've been coveting for a while. Patchwork's ideal as I end up using even the most frugal little scrap until it's all gone. Enjoyed finding your blog. Best wishes Valerie

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