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December 27, 2004


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Oh, I bet I know what he was thinking! (What a lousy photographer. *teehee* But he is *so* adorable!) Lookin' forward to seeing more of Blaze. Now you've got me wanting some special cocoa . . .

Awww...so glad that little sweater could be part of your new tradition. Major changes in my life have shifted my traditions pretty radically, too, so I understand how important it is to find a way to make new ones that feel special.

Well, we can SORTA see Blaze in the photo. But that cocoa drink looks sinful. and OMG, my husband has the same burgundy sweatshirt that he NEVER takes off!!!

Blaze looks GREAT but methinks we need another picture! One showing the whole thing.
Happy Christmas!

Blaze looks great - can't wait to see a "real" picture! :) I'm glad you had such a nice holiday - sounds like perfect peace and joy! Now all the knitting is for fun, right?

Awww. I love the idea of Moxie carrying a twig home with him. So sweet!

Can't wait to see Blaze in all her glory. And I'm with Kerstin and Norma, I want some of that yummy cocoa. :)

Methinks Smith likes the way Blaze shows off your tatas!! And why not? Anyway, nice to finally see his smiling face. Your beloved is a doll and you may quote me. Can't wait to see the rest of Blaze (and you!). I think it calls for a 'Rachael', yes?
hugs, chica.

Oh, I love your little tree -- very sweet. Looking forward to seeing your wonderful Blaze!

Ah, Moxie what a cute story...warmed my heart.
Yum- that cocoa...your Christmas breakfast sound wonderful! What a wonderful tradition to have. Look forward to your pictures :)

Creating new traditions is such a special treat!

Sounds like you had Thom in your heart when you did so.

So glad you had a good Christmas!

Can't wait to see a complete picture of Blaze in all her glory! Merry, merry and happy, happy, dear friend. Perhaps we'll meet in person in the new year?

What a wonderful-sounding new tradition... Best wishes to you, Smith, and the very resourceful Moxie in the coming year!

Love the Moxie pic! Seeing it reminds me of my two darling schnauzers that I had growing up! Max and Oliver :) Max was gray like your Moxie. They were such great dogs that lived happy lives.

Can't wait to see a Blaze picture.

Take care :)

I'm starting the new Christmas tradition as well, what with the new in laws to join instead of my normal trip to Florida (now moved to Thanksgiving). It's like a whole new chapter, no?

I had the same thoughts about the shot of your ta tas..but looks like someone beat me to it. &*^$@ no acess to typepad at work *^$#&@

Merry Christmas (belated) and welcome back to blogland!

Glad to see you up and around--you must be feeling better! Sounds like a Merry Christmas for you and Smith--seems you both got what you wanted! :)

Oh, and, um. . .NICE TITS!

I absolutely love the tree. Traditions are easy to do, hard to create. My first married Holiday Season and I'm trying hard to create our "own" traditions while still keeping up with each of our families. There isn't enough time in the day! So glad to hear that you had a great holiday.

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