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May 07, 2008


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I was wondering when you were going to reconnect with the outside world and peek in here! : )

Can't wait to see more of those pages than just your little teases! You know that's not fair, right????

Love that picture of Cash in Scott's boots...how cute is that? WAY is the answer!

Thanks for making me smile on this gloomy, rainy Wednesday!



Your children are BEAUTIFUL!! I can not believe how big Cash is. And look at his hair! Your projects look amazing. I can not wait to see them all! :-)

Kim P

Fabulous job on the Tarisota Collections Site. The little bird is adorable. Did you hand cut him from the Bazzill template?


gorgeous family! great little peeks! will have to go and check it out! ginger


Cash looks so much like his Daddy! That spring picture of the girls is beautiful!
Wow, your creations are just stunning, love those kits too, FUN!


So glad to know you are alive and well! I love all of the pictures you shared this post, you have beautiful children and serious artistic talent! Happy Home Decorating!


cash and the girls are all looking so big!

Rebecca G.

Oh my gosh!! I LOVE Tarisota! I had no idea that you were guest designing this month. How totally exciting for you! I'm going to check it out now. Oh, and could your son be any cuter? I totally remember those days. My youngest was a runner... and he always has some kind of boo boo somewhere! ;-)

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