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This is darling! I love graph paper! I'll be linking.
Toggle Commented Jul 22, 2009 on graphic notes at {scissor variations}
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That is almost more awesome than I can take. We truly live in amazing times.
Toggle Commented Jul 22, 2009 on when memes collide, we all win at WWdN: In Exile
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Darling! I love the reversibleness. Is that a word? =) I'll be linking.
Toggle Commented Jul 20, 2009 on Tutorial : 5-Minute Hairkerchief at JCasa BLOG
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Aww, I love this idea! Thanks so much for sharing, I'll be linking to this.
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These are fabulous! I love the bird. I'll be linking.
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Oh how pretty! Thanks so much for sharing, I'll be linking.
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I saw your graduation bubble favors on BlissfullyDomestic. I jsut had to stop by and say how much I loved them!
Toggle Commented Jun 8, 2009 on Lovin this... at Just a minute of my time...
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These are so pretty, I love this idea! I'll be linking in my next Baby Shower Roundup.
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I am ridiculous excited about this.
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I can't remember where I saw it but some blog had a list of "internet celebrities who use twitter." You were on the list and I added you from that. This was some time last week.
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Educated with the classics.
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That card is FABULOUS! And you've totally sold me on the heat pencil. I am a good little tracer. Remember when they had those step-by-step drawing books? You would add a line step by step and at the end you would have a dump truck or a picture of He-Man or whatever? Well I skipped all the steps and just traced the final drawing and none of the other kids EVER CAUGHT ON. Hmm. Maybe I was held back and no one told me? Not so bright those kids. But it was nice to be thought of as the girl who could Follow Directions From The Drawing Book well. I guess now I'll be thought of as the girl who Cheated On Her Drawings in Fourth Grade. Oh well.
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I am SO excited about Embroidery Week! As of today I am *almost* caught up and I can jump back into some crafting. I've always wanted to learn more about embroidery (as in the RIGHT way to do it, not my beer-fuled woo-hoo look-I-stitched-a-dog-riding-a-hamburger-on-a-pillowcase (again) way.) So yah, bright on the resources and the awesome patterns that I will be linking up a storm to!
Toggle Commented Feb 10, 2009 on Embroidery Week :: Kick-off! at LollyChops
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[...] = hilarious I can't wait for your book!
Toggle Commented Feb 10, 2009 on justice is served, edo-style! at WWdN: In Exile
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I'm seeing it tonight. I'm so jealous I can't see it in 3D though. I've had a blast pouring over the set pictures online as well as a few making of videos. The knit gloves blew me away. BTW, I think I've watched that video you posted with Data's paintings about 365,000 times now. "I like being strong!"
Toggle Commented Feb 7, 2009 on my other mother loves me at WWdN: In Exile
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Wow-what a creative gift! My husband would have loved it if I did this. It would almost make up for yelling, "lightening bolt, lightening bolt" when he goes for his dice. =) I wish I'd seen this at Christmas when I was doing my "gifts for geeks" Roundup. All the signatures are what totally make it though. Love what you wrote Wil.
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I haven't laughed that hard in a long time.
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2009 on your daily dose of surreality at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh I love that butterfly project! Yours is going to look great! As are the necklaces. If I manage to make my bed in the morning, I consider myself accomplished for the day. I try to do it first thing in the morning so can rest for the remainder of the day and reflect back on all I managed to do. <---Setting the bar low
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I totally hear you regarding tabs. There are so many amazing things to look at on the blogs. At the end of the day when I've categorized everything I possibly could, I still have 50+ tabs open. Yeesh. I've made it one of my goals to go through them every night and leave nothing open. It's hard but it makes a world of difference. I keep all my daily to-do's in a notebook. One page a day. The top half has everything I do every day: walk the dog, email, post, work out, etc. I recopy that list daily. The bottom half has things that are unique to each day. Today is Thursday, which means I clean all the bedrooms. I also have to do laundry, grocery shop and rake the yard. If I don't finish, I copy the tasks on to the next day and cross out each page as I go. Focusing on a new fresh page each day really helps me to stay current, not focused on what I should have done.
Toggle Commented Jan 22, 2009 on One thing at a time. at & stuff
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“This movie needs 33% more skin-tight jumpsuits.” Hilarious. I'd love to see the formula that generated 33%.
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What an interesting read. I could totally see feeling that way after being involved in something as big as ST at such a young age. I'm excited for you to come together with everyone and feel like you're more on the same level. I imagine you'll have a blast now that you feel more relaxed and accomplished and you'll feel free to go even farther. SOO excited about Family Guy!
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