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aww. i am sure you made his week. those little things always mean the most. hope they won! xx m.
We all need someone to be there...
Of course you were .Did you wear fluffy earmuffs ?
He loves his mum. (just don't write that on his facebook page where his friends can read it...)
What a splendid lad.I'm a motherly admirer of lean and lanky teenage boys.They secretly like having a parent or two watching a match. I'm not at all interested in sport and watching is a chore...but I do off and on because this is a relatively brief stage in their lives and I want to be able to talk about it with them.
Aw, he looks like LB did as a boy. :)
Hi, Iam pretty new to this blog world and wasn't sure if it was for me, so many litle bits seem to jump out on your site though that seemed a little like my world that I decided to drop in and say hi. I'm so new to this I don't even know if my blog automatically shows so I am Ash - ashbecreative.blogspot.comI'd love to hook up with people, I need some chat right now. I am seriously hooked on fibres and I love the colours on your hank of hand dye a little lower down!
Great shot and love the sentiment. Im guessing these are your mud brick walls in your previous post. I love how subtle they are. My internals are really bricky to the point where Im thinking of a little rendering mighten go astray. Yours make a gorgeous back drop - especially against that blue yarn.
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