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Natalie

I am sending you a virtual cup of tea and an elf. Sip the tea at your leisure and delegate all extra chores to the elf!

mathea

Congratulations on the success of your book - it will be in my next order from Amazon, and I can hardly wait!

Cary

I am so excited for you! I must order a copy of that book. Everyone here in blogland is raving about it! Congratulations!

Velma

I am anxiously waiting for the arival of my book!!!! Take care of yourself while you "burn the midnight oil"! Don't let all of the work keep you from enjoying your Happy Thanksgiving.

ellen kelley

Guess who just picked up some goodness in her p.o. box today?
Lucky me!
It's a wonderful book, full of such fun and sweet projects.
Thank you!

Amanda

I am so happy for you during this special time! Looking forward to a surprise in my mailbox! ~Mandy

Josette Marcellino

I received my book earlier this week. What a treat! With the economy being lean I making most Christmas gifts this year. Grand daughter is definitely getting an elephant. Thank you so much. I would love to have a personalized book plate for my copy.

paula

Congratulations on your book. Looks like everybody wants one!
Your picture is so beautiful with the light inside and the roses...
And I like a lot that part that says:
"lots of cake and pie baking ".
That's why I like so much your blog, it's so inspiring.
Thank you.

lily boot

this is utterly fabulous! I so enjoyed watching your blanket projects and would so love to get my hands on one of your books :-) It would also be lovely to tiptoe through your garden and peek in that cosy window - and enjoy the baking smells!

Dana

Oh my how exciting it must be to ship your very own book. I hope I get to do that at some point. I really enjoy your blog, I haven't been on in a while and am looking forward to visiting blogs again. Try to get some rest in the upcoming weeks.

Judy

I love the book and can't wait to start making things.

robyn

wanted to let you know i'm featuring your book on Tuesday over at Craft Gossip's Recycled Crafts Section!!

www.craftgossip.com

Kelly - the purple English teacher

I am thrilled at your success! What a wonderful adventure you are on. Try hard to not make to do lists off of your to do lists and prioritize and take it one task and one day at a time. This works for me when I feel overwhelmed - also a jump in the leaves does not hurt...

http://deniablydomestic.blogspot.com/2008/11/moving-day-five.html

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