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Sunday, July 11, 2010


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Mrs. Magpie

You are so funny! And I love that little toy car. CUTENESS. I also died laughing at the reality shot and the commentary. You are too funny, Sue!

I can't wait to see what you do with the baby and the frame. Neat find for a good price!


Sheila :-)

Cherie Wilson

I have to say the pile of boy shoes is most impressive to me Sue! With having only girls, I have never seen the likes! I'm sure thinking that cold needs to leave now, but if it makes you feel any better my artroom is desolate right now too. There is always hope! Rest well! XO


Oh how I MISS the days when my house was filled with the sights and sounds of teenagers!!! I even miss the garage band that used to practice in my basement and the bass guitar amp that made my antique plates rattle on the walls in my dining room!!!! Enjoy them while they're still around, Sue. They grow up and leave too quickly!!!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Lynn @ theVintageNest

Dear Sue, I am delighted that you visited my humble blog and stayed around a while. I would have visited you sooner but have been away on vacation. I loved the photo of all the shoes. LOL...I took the same photo here at my home with the front entry way piled up with flipflops with all the company visiting us....phew! Love company but I feel like I have been cooking non stop. :) Your blog is just delightful! I hope you will become a regular visitor to The Vintage Nest. Have a super great week. xo Lynn


going along merrily ... then the reality check ... too too funny ... great photos to help tell your great story dear Sue!

that pencil sketched baby does have a knowing look for its young years/months ... I take it your dh is not a big fan of your doll head collection?

that little car is really fab ... windshield wipers and everything!

hope the planets all align for you real soon, to feel better AND get some time in your studio!
It's finally raining here in Va and I could not be more pleased!

Mrs. Magpie

Sue, LOL! about your food questions you left me. I think that 1-800-Takeout may be defined as dining. Cooking involves use of real pots and pans with ingredients that are alien to the cabinets in my kitchen which house dishes, dishes, and more dishes. ;-)



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