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Since December 2008, I've lost 15 lbs and I hope to continue my healthy habits of nutritious eating + frequent, fun exercising.

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November 12, 2008


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Bailey is most certainly adorable and just the look in his eyes is enough to melt anyone's heart. He certainly has grown up fast! At least he won't be getting married and moving away from home though. LOL


awwwwww.... little Bailey is so cute. I love his little heart shaped nose... and those eyes.... what a little sweetie he is....


Hi, thanks for visiting my blog and your comment. I love your colors for Christmas, fresh and pretty. You like color like I do! Your blog looks like it hasd some great recipes. I'm off to give a once over:>)


If they had opposable thumbs, corgi puppies would rule the world. Who could resist them? Good luck with Bailey - have fun playing fetch for 4 hours every day in about two years! (Take my advice and get him his own sheep then. That's the only thing that will tear him away and let you get some rest.)

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Oh, darling!!! I adore Corgis. According to the mutt DNA test we ran on her, my own dog, Tallulah Mae (check out my blog on Fridays for pix) has "trace" amounts of Cardigan Welsh Corgi in her. Yay, because I love Corgis, Pembroke AND Cardigan Welsh. You have a very cute blog, by the way...

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