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"Thanks so much for the kind words on my jewellery - its a passion of mine so all feedback is gratefully accepted! You've picked two really gorgeous bracelets and both so different from each other!
Yes AU is a long way, but via the internet its…"
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"I just checked out your site. I Love the Moonstone bracelet!! And the Spring – rose quartz, amethyst, peridot, pearl and silver charm bracelet is so bright and cheerful. Great work - you're very talented!"
"Thanks Annette! Some days are happy, some not - but I think that's a "normal" way of life. I'm going to check out your jewelry site. Wow - AU is so far away from here. You're on the other side of the world from me and in…"
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I have two daughters, ages 7 and 9. I love to play tennis and swim. I've lived in the same state my entire life. I love reality TV like "Dancing with the Stars" and "Survivor" and also like the show "Lost". I run my own company, which keeps me quite busy. I enjoy time with my hubby and my friends. Watching my girls play their soccer games is so much fun.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Just tell what is on your mind...always be sensitive to how others may react, but stay true to yourself and your beliefs at the same time.
I have been blogging since...
last Nov. 2008
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