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30 March 2011


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Ann Schach

Adorable, Jaydee! You do fabulous CAS! I hope your finger is on the mend!

Beth Rigden

Great baby boy card! Lots of bright colors and I really like that sentiment.
I KNEW you could never part with Charlie!!


What a sweet card Jaydee, I love when you mix the textured and smooth cardstock-it makes the card so rich. Good for you for knocking off work at a "normal" hour and using that time for yourself, I'm proud of you sticking to you excercise it's not an easy routine to establish but once you do you wonder why you didn't do it before. I would love to meet you for a walk sometime, just let me know when and where.
Warm thoughts and prayers to those in need and wishes for a wonderful day to One & All.
PS thanks for the update on Charlie-he's one lucky boy!


Nice card Jaydee. What is this? We aren't really suppose to used retired sets? Really? OUCH! I use them all the time. :)
Aww, to the kitty and I know they are treated like Kings and Queens at your house.
That is great about the exercise. Keep up the great work...I need to be exercising too. Thanks for sharing the highlights of the evening with us. Have a great day.


Again, I'm lovin' this CAS card. I really liked the other as well, but this is wonderful. :o) I'm cringing at the thought of tying all those knots with your banged up fingers. :oS

GO YOU on the exercise! That's wonderful! :o)

Carlie was a lucky lucky boy the day Lou found him. I always felt he was meant to be with you and didn't anticipate him ever leaving you guys. :o)

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