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This is happy and sad news... but I'm sure it is the right thing for the "Bazzill" family - I hope that AC can continue to support Crops of Luv as the Bazzill family has - Doug Jones has given so much (as well as everyone else with Bazzill) and Crops of Luv relies on his support to create the most beautiful albums for kids who have gone on wish trips... I don't know what Crops of Luv would do if that were to cease to happen! Good luck to the Jones family and all the other employees at Bazzill (So glad I made a trip up to the warehouse sale! I'm guessing that was my last visit. :( )
Well any day is worth it... being a 5 year Breast Cancer Survivor.. you look at each and every day differently... But I think giving is more fun than receiving.. so if my number comes up.. Give it to my dear friend Bree Ross who couldn't make CE this year! (I've got this years pins glued on my tote... and I got one of the coveted "I'd Swapp Heidi" Pins as well!!!)
Toggle Commented Sep 15, 2011 on reminders... at still me
The Nora Roberts Wedding Series .. the third one just came out.. don't know when the fourth one will be released.. but they are fun fun fun! Do you have a "Nook"? The Barns and Nobel E-reader.. so much easier to take on the plane (they have an airplane mode so it won't interfere) ... load up some books (Newly released are 9 - 13 dollars vs. the hardcover price) and paper backs are usually 5 or 6 dollars...
Toggle Commented Apr 21, 2010 on day 2 of the random giveaways!! at still me
My sister had great advice when her brood was sick .. invest in paper towels... use them instead of regular towels (Not as much laundry) use them to dry hands and other such things. Have them in every room... I know not as good for the environment .. but better for your sanity! And because you wanted to cheer up: --------------------------------- One day, up in the frozen north a polar bear and his son were out for a stroll. Daddy bear sat on a lump of ice to admire the view and sent his son off to play. Two minutes later Junior came back to dad and says, "Can I ask you a question dad?" "Sure, son what is it?" "Am I a real polar bear, Dad?" asks Junior. Dad smiles and says, "Of course you are, son. Now go and play." So off Junior goes again throws some snowballs at the seals but soon he's back. "Hey Dad, are you sure I am a real polar bear? Is there not a wee bit of brown bear or black bear in me?" Dad smiles again and says, "Look son you've got big hairy black feet, a white coat, and a black shiny nose...of course you're a polar bear....now go back and play." Once again Junior runs off...slides down the ice....chases a couple of seagulls...after ten minutes of fun he returns with a puzzled look on his face..... "Daaaad....are you absolutely sure I'm a polar bear?" "Look son...I'm a polar bear, your mums a polar bear, your granny and grandpa were polar bears...why are you asking all these questions?" Junior looks up and says...."Cause I'm freaking freezing! "
Toggle Commented Mar 12, 2010 on friday (frustrated) at still me
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Mar 12, 2010