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Friday, June 17, 2005

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Consider yourself loved back, and enjoy your busy days! Read a book review today of a book on interracial adoption that looked interesting (haven't seen the book itself, just the review). I'll send the title on to you if you're interested.

So your sister was Temple Ready? (As they call it down here in the bridal shops - actually she wouldn't be temple ready as a bride because they're *required* to wear white, but she'd qualify as bridesmaid, I mean if she were Mormon :)). It's really a nice dress. And I like the family photo - George looks eerily like my own brother did a few years ago; his name is George as well.

I'm glad you're liking your job and things are moving along fast; it's much better than the alternative! Looking forward to seeing what happens next...

Of course we will! And thanks for the picture of your family.

What a great picture! And I will love you back too :-)

I'm glad that you're enjoying your job. I was hoping that you weren't posting because of a nice type of busy, not a bad type of busy - though that sentence makes no real sense. blame it on fatigue, it's late here.

I'll keep coming back!

I'm glad your enjoying your job! That's always nice to have the day fly by and not feel like it's never going to end.

Of course we love you back! :) Cute family pic!

Lots of love here!! We all get busy, but don't worry; Blogland will always be here when you need it.
And Mormons just genuinely value modesty- you'll also find that those dresses don't show off cleavage or midrifts, either. The dress was really lovely; I'm sure your sister looked wonderful!
-D.

Lots o' love here! :-) I figured you were just busy -- don't worry about us, it'll take a lot to shake off your adoring readers! ;-)

You have a lovely family. Congrats to your sister!
Thanks also for the link to Beautifully Modest. As the mother of a nine year-old girl, I'm often frustrated by the selection of clothing for young girls. I sent them a thank-you email for selling a line of gowns that promotes modesty.

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Not a good pic, I am not being weird enough!!!!!!!!

I really loved your last post.
I am so pleased you both feel renewed about your new guidance. It's great to have a new path, a new thought trail & something to bring hope & positive vibes.

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