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April 17, 2009

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aneela

What a great outlook on life you have! It's true those plants do need a drink and the patio always looks more gleamy after a shower or six!! and as for crotchet snuggling, what more could a lady ask for!!
p.s. Those buttons get better and better! and that grey rabbit fridge magnet has a grin I'd love to have!!

Nina - Tabiboo

That sounds like the perfect way to spend a rainy day!

Enjoy the rest of it,

Nina x

Colette

What a lovely day you have had. WHo needs sunshine all the time. I love the rabbit.

Good luck with the hooking, it will just click, then the'll be no stopping you xx

Sumea

Cute buttons, especially the grey rabbit :3 Good luck with the crocheting, I think you'll be a wonderful crocheter once you get the hang of it. Your new square is pretty and the salad garden is looking lovely.
Hope you have a nice cuddled up with wool and a crochet hook weekend.
Lots of love to all at your house
xx
Sis

cathleen

Hope you had fun with all your lovely yarn and crochet hook. There is nothing like snuggling up on a rainy day and crafting with something yummy cooking away.

Sumea

Hellooooo
Anyone there?
;o)
hope to see you back here soon xxx
Sis

rayofsunshine

Hi, I am still around LOL its just been a bit chaotic here. My hospital is 7th of May my youngest ones birthday :0( still we are going on holiday over the long weekend for a nice break so I will be back posting soon :0)

graceful mice and gentle moons

Hello
Are you all back from your little holiday yet?
Miss You xx
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Sisxxxxxxxx

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