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My you have certainly had a rough road to follow. Keeping you in my prayers. God bless.
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Yes you have a follower.

I like your writing, it's very positive. God bless.
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Mmmmm!
tangerines
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I feel so guilty now. You're working so hard & I'm just feeling lazy. Must do better as the teachers say!
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Prayers and a candle are coming your way. God bless.
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Glad you are enjoying it there. Sounds a lovely place & one of these days I might get to the East coast of the USA for a stay. So far only managed 48 hours in New York & it rained the whole time. Just like being at home in the UK! Take care & God bless.
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Glad you're on the mend and have found a place that feels like home. Take care!
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One of my favourite blogs to read is http://www.elefantz.com/

Jenny never fails to inspire me with her lovely writing about her everyday life and faith as well as her beautiful designs.

One of these days I'll get around to making one when I can find a shop that sells that "hanky linen" alternative fabric!
Jenny of ELEFANTZ
Jenny of ELEFANTZ
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I love the crochet patterns on http://www.mypicot.com/ some of them are so unusual. Just ignore the annoying ad that pops up asking you to buy into the patterns and scroll down to see the patterns with photos and instructions.

You can just follow the instructions online. Not sure which one to try first. The crochet flower shell would make a lovely blanket! You could use your spare balls of wool and have a really crazy one.
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