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mathea

Oh, the poor thing - I hope she feels better now! I'm intrigued by that mural of hers - pictures please?
Happy blogoversary to you - it looks like you celebrated it the right way - that croissant looks delicious!

Lizzie

It's so scary when kids faint! My 7-year-old passes out at the sight of blood. Yikes!

Linnea

Your blog is looking just beautiful!! I love your photography. What a delicious breakfast :o)!! I went through a horsey phase when I was about 10, too!! I'd get horse magazines from the library at school and pore over breyer and julip model horse catalogs. Take care & stay cool! Keep drinking that lemonade and eating those strawberries!
xox,
Linnea

diane

It sounds like heat and hormones. When I was that age, I used to faint in church.

Amanda Roberts

~Bless your heart sweet Ginger. Hope your feeling better. ~Mandy

Judy

Charming blog. That last photo needs to be made into a block for a horsey quilt. Piano keys and all feet up. Too Cute!
And sorry about the kid, but if you're going dead faint into someone, who better than Daddy!

Mary Smith

That looks fantastic. I thought maybe you were in there riding at first!

Tammy

Well, I just want to whip up a mint julep now! :) And I don't even know what's in a mint julep, it just seems like the right thing to do.

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