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April 03, 2013

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Beverly Atkins

I am so glad to have you back. I have missed your posts. The dresses are beautiful! I am partial to Eliza's but love Hazel's as well. Your girls are beautiful. That is so sad about the neglect to your house. You're lucky you can still see a bright side. You'll love that window. Hope to 'see' you again soon.

Edith

When I first read this post I composed a comment in my head about how crazy it makes me when things aren't made right, especially when the perpetrator covers up their sins for the next person to deal with. And I thought I'd written it already. Sigh
I love your furniture remakes! And dresses! And I'm so sorry you have to deal with dumb stuff. I hate dumb stuff.

Jane

Yes, good luck going forward! Especially with your recovery from the flu. Kudos to you, again and again, for all you seem to get done, even when you have to deal with the dregs of other people's messes. Love the dresses on your beautiful girls!

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