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 opposite seasons! How fun!
Oh thanks. I've had so much fun with this whole thing and hope to continue as long as possible. I thought it was fun writing about chefs and fashion and quirky people and places in PA; but where else can I poke fun at myself while turning my furry kids into larger than life characters? It's very cool indeed. Ooh, I see you are a jewelry lady; I will check out your site.
Wow thanks to the overwhelming response and hello from everyone, I didn't expect that, but it is nice to know that there are people who do want to connect, I'm new to this whole blogging thing but I can say so far that I like it and hope that I can make some connections here that will be treasured dearly. Lol yes my family is pretty big especially for this days standards lol, but now that I have all of my rugrats I wouldn't change nothing in the world...Twins too are sooo rewarding...enjoy them every day as long as you can. Between work, kids and husband I don't have much time to socialize every once in a blue moon maybe but other then that well there just isn't that much time much to my own regret...but oh well live goes on, anywho hope to stay in touch take care and have a blasted weekend!
Thanks for the welcome. I have twins too. 12 year olds. We are women hear us roar!!! My husband and I went to your beautiful country before the girls were born. LOVED IT!
Warm regards, Jeanee
Thanks so much for the warm welcome. I do plan to join some of the groups, but right now am so busy trying to revamp my entire blog, add on to it, and "pimp" it that I barely have time to homeschool or do housework much less hang out on the internet :-)
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