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March 11, 2006



Sigh, indeed!

This is the first time I've been able to access your blog in a while (silly old computer of mine) so I am enjoying catching up.

I love the swatches a couple of posts down. Lovely how something so prosaic can be so aesthetically pleasing.


Oh, my - that's one gorgeous dress! Now I'm running through the J. Peterman, dreaming of lovely things I can't afford. Sigh is right :-)


That dress is beautiful - I feel silly I didn't realize there was a real J. Peterman catalog, I thought it was just something made up for Seinfeld!

Thank you for the suggestion of 'Many Moons' the other day. It looks like it's right up our alley. It would have been very appropriate the other day when Caroline ate too many strawberries - as it opens with a little princess who has eaten too many raspberry tarts.


Ooh, that IS pretty!


That is the most gorgeous raspberry red. I had a bridesmaid's dress made in that colour last year, but that dress is much prettier!

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