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Gina L

My daughter and I are laughing at that squirrel friend of yours. You have to submit that to cute overload.

Michelle

I've been a lurker for a few weeks, but your experience with the door-to-door evangelists just made me speak up. Because that happened to me yesterday, too, just as I finally got both kids - yes, *both!* to take a nap. At the same time! So when that doorbell rang, and the kiddies stirred, well, let's just say I was irked.

Your handmade treasures are absolutely amazing. Blanket statement is a great idea, and all your projects are so well executed. I was drooling over that bag you made for your friend! Thanks for sharing all the loveliness.

KathyR

--delurk--
Agreed re Cute Overload. It looks like the squirrel is building the little snowman! Adorable!
--lurk--

gkgirl

that squirrel
munching on the snowman
is just too cute...
heehee
:)

Kristy

That view is even more lovely with the snow.

tinker

Too, too cute! That would be a great pic for Too Cute Overload (I peek in there whenever I need a pick-me-up, but today I didn't have to - your blog did the trick!)
We're getting that white stuff even here in not-so-sunny California; though ours isn't sticking around on the ground long; it can't make up it's mind whether to snow or rain or hail (I swore a couple of times today it seemed to be doing all three at once, it switched back & forth so quickly!)

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