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Rob M

Was bloghopping and came across yours. I don't care too much about my nails themselves, but manicures sure are nice.


Ahh, Lisa, I'm honored! It IS the little things. Why just yesterday, Spence (going on 18) was leaving w/his 2 buddies. He hugged me & kissed me a couple times - then his buddies chimed in, "see ya, love ya, bbye" LOL! Ahhh youth. Cheers to the little things!


Freshly washed sheets are fantastic, especially with a threadcount over 300. And going to bed after just having taken a bath or shower, and having freshly washed sheets on the bed is bliss.

What I would give to be able to drink a Mimosa! Mark is making Belgian waffles with strawberries and whipped cream for breakfast on Easter, and I can't have a Mimosa? That is so wrong.

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