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September 26, 2008


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Congratulations on your exam! Your bread and jam look yummy. Have a great weekend.

Christina J.

You're making me hungry!


Congrats on the exam...and oh, how I envy your domestic day!


How fun! I'm so glad that your first test went well. I don't know how you do it all!
I hope things are going to slow down for me for awhile.
Your day of domestics looks like fun!!! And Sandi's patterns? They look incredible!
When are YOU going to start making patterns?


Are you headed toward nursing school? I went back to school 5 years ago for nursing, and fell in love with A & P. You sound like me a little, except instead of studying, I was blanching peaches and whatnot. Anyhow, congrats on doing well!!


Way to go Jess! I knew you would well back in school.
Now I'm off to order some of those patterns...Too darling!


Do you have any ideas on what to do with pomegranites? I'm ready for a domestic day too. You inspire me. Stephanie


I could jump right into the screen and grab that bread! How fun to have a productive day at home!


Good job on your exam. I'm glad the jam turned out well.

To Stephanie- My dad makes pomegranate jelly. It is very good.


You new project looks very fun. I love how autumn seems to smell of apples. Good job making jam. Some year I'm going to get into canning. I just always worry that I didn't cook it long enough or that it didn't seal. I probably just need more practice and experience.


Good job on your exam!


The patterns are beautiful! I assume you got a handle on them? I was kind of excited to help you, but that's okay (next time??). I love the little apples! I can't wait to see what you do with those. And nice baking/jam making it looks and sounds delicious.

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