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I smiled when I noticed your name on the yellow umbrella, Corey. You are an artist with words. Your posts bring a bright spot of color into each day.
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2017 on A Dab of Color at French la Vie
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Ah, be still my heart. Banner #2 still causes my heart to flutter wildly. But, Corey, the banner is about you, not me. I have now saved a copy of the banner I like so I can see it whenever I need to give my old heart a kick-start in the morning. I really like the suggestion of Roberta Manly about a permanent logo on a transparency so you could change the background photo whenever you wished. Incorporating your name is also a brilliant idea.
Toggle Commented Jan 13, 2017 on The Blog Thing at French la Vie
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I vote that you put up the banner you had before the dice. The one with Yann in profile. I can't remember exactly what it was - only that my heart beat a bit faster whenever I saw it.
Toggle Commented Jan 12, 2017 on This and That at French la Vie
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Corey, Your precious girl grows even more beautiful every time I see a new picture of her. Paris definitely agrees with her. How wonderful for you to be able to spend some time with her.
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2013 on Pont Neuf: A Bridge in Paris at French la Vie
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The expression on Yann's face as he looks at his mother sent chills down my spine. There is so much love showing on his face. Absolutely the most breath-taking picture. Thank you for sharing your life with us, dearest Corey.
Toggle Commented Jun 11, 2013 on Mother and Son at French la Vie
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Your blog is one of my "happy places" to go every day. I think I've been with you since almost the beginning ~ long enough so that I feel that we are good friends who share morning tea quite often. I miss you when you are away. Happy 4 1/2 years ~ and I hope you'll be here for many more years!!! XOXOXO Anne GSOLFOT
Toggle Commented Oct 19, 2009 on wishful thinking at jane brocket
Yes, I sew. My mother sewed, making many of our clothes when we were children. I've inherited her Singer sewing machine from the 1940s which brings the total sewing machines I have to 6. I took sewing in 4-H and Home Ec where I had the pleasure of using the only treadle machine ~ I just loved that thing. I rarely sew because no matter how hard I try, how careful I am, or whatever I do, my creations are always a botched up mess. So I do a little bit of hand work - embroidery and cross stitch. I'm also good for replacing buttons and altering hems. Anne gsolfot
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2009 on Laziest Daisy, and a Question at Posie Gets Cozy
Yes, yes, yes. This is so much better. I'm very glad you've moved to typepad. Anne
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2007 on A New Beginning at Karen's Muse and Musings
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