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December 28, 2009


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That cafe is too cute! I also love *real* turkey instead of *deli* turkey on sandwiches. Which is why I'm so stoked my house is full of turkey leftovers!

And that fabric is beauuutiful.

Amanda @ The Hungry Wanderers

How fun! Wish I could've made it!


toast cafe is so cute!

Good Taste. Healthy Me

Roast turkey is the best! They always make the best sandwiches.

I just caught up on all your posts. I loved the doggy bed shopping. Too cute!

Glad you had a good holiday!


what fun! your sandwich looks aweesome!


I had such a great time! Loved your recap, and I think your little ninja does take some really awesome photos. I hope you get your rebel back soon to take your photography classes. That fabric is gorgeous!!! It would be perfect for a valance since it is patterned. too many projects too little time!
I'll let you know about zumba :)


I don't know if you are still interested in the fabric you have pictured, but it is on sale at Hancock Fabrics for 40% off through tomorrow. I bought a yard and a half today. Awesome deal.

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