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February 28, 2010

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HeidiAnn

So happy to hear you are feeling in the pink - and that is some cuter than cute stuff!

LiLi M.

I am happy to hear that you are declared officially better and that you feel like that too! Is that the format you have chosen to show your collections in the upper right corner? Does it change? I have chosen an elaborate format, I always underestimate everything, but it is fun, I think.

Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

Glad you're feeling better Barbara, and those little creations certainly show it! Those knitted chicks are darling! Yes, I think we can speak for the entire country when we say that we are so done with winter and ready for Spring!

Tina

Good to hear it is official! That pillbox hat and rosy cheeks are a good look for you. Bring on spring!

I'm cracking up thinking about you having your husband come home to see Oprah! With my recent sickness I've been brought to tears by episodes of Undercover Boss. hey, it is lonely on the couch, isn't it?) My poor husband will be glad when I have a little more to add to a conversation than who has been eliminated from the latest reality show. haha

susan

glad you are feeling better! that's a lot of snow we aren't quite that buried here! i made my husband drive to wheatfield for an antiques show yesterday! have a great week! susan

Into Vintage

Glad to know you are 100% again. Hope that doesn't include shoveling snow - looks like you have more than your share. -amy

Gina

I'm glad I was away this weekend and didn't have to see or hear my husband watching the VU game (he's an alum)--it would have been ugly! I should have been suspicious when he didn't tell me the final score, just that they had lost. Glad you are feeling better and were able to dig out.
Gina

jaykay

Kentucky Wildcat fan here saying hey, maybe the Cats will meet up with the Orange in the Big Dance. (Cats WILL bounce back from that loss to another orange team, Tennessee!) Don't be surprised at yourself for becoming a college basketball fan. It's actually good for your health, I've discovered. It's a great way to escape for awhile from the daily grind, worries about what's in the news, etc. But, I admit I do wonder about myself when I listen to sports talk radio!

Jenifir

I so glad to hear that you are in the pink and to see that those rabbit's eyes are not red! Cute stuff as usual and I especially like your favourite collection photo. It is amazing how are children change our interests. I will look on your Etsy shop. I am so ready for anything that suggests spring. It is my blog's first anniversary and I have a give away!

Mary @ Turkey Farm Treasures

Welcome back to the land of the living!
I'd really like to see pillbox hats make a comeback.

Vicki

When I was home for 2 weeks on vacation once, I started to quote Oprah on a regular basis. I think I knew then that I was meant to work. Glad you are feeling better.

Rebecca

Glad to hear you're feeling better! Your Easter decorations are too adorable.

The snow!! I don't think I could handle that much.

Maureen

Wonderful that you are feeling better. Congrats on the Syracuse win. I used to be a big college hoops fan, as I attended St. John's University in the early 80's. What lovely Easter treasures you have!
Maureen

Martha

So glad to hear you are feeling better. I love those little bunnies -- your Easter stuff is always so cute. I'm hopping over to Etsy now -- hope I'm not too late!

You must be really sick of all that snow -- you could probably tell from the Vancouver Olympics that this has been one of the mildest winters on record for the Pacific NW (last winter was one of the coldest). The trees and daffodils are all blooming -- it's sort of surreal, but nice.

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