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Ok, so completely not related to this post, but it's been a while since I checked in - the last time being when you were deciding to go through the previous round. I know I don't know you at all outside this blog, but I had such a good feeling about it and now I come back to find that it's all going well, and I am so pleased for you. It's odd, as I said we don't know each other, but that is what is wonderful about the online community (I know there's the opposite with bullying etc but I like to focus on the fact that it brings people together who wouldn't otherwise). All this waffle to say ... congrats!

And good for you for sharing, yes it may have its issues but hopefully the good will outweigh the bad in doing so.

shelves look swell...get used to that word..yippee, yippee, yippee..confetti, marching bands, glee clubs of glowworms...my kids are coming home today for a short fall break and they are still precious and i still pat them...so, pat The Precious...isn't it just the best feeling? aside from the almost puke part.

Oh, I think it looks really great! Beautiful wood. I love built-in shelves. Maybe you can have a "Fill the Shelves Party"?
And sorry you're feeling puky. To me, it doesn't say your not overjoyed to be pregnant to also be real about how your feeling physically. :)

sarah: DON'T EAT CANTALOUPES.....this bacteria thing really bad for pregnant women...you are careful for two now.

Call Amanda Hughes!

Use that gift certificate and she'll whip your new bookcases into divine shape whilst you sit on the couch and point...


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