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August 13, 2006


charles ravndal

What a lovely set of pictures! Anyway, here from Michele!


saw you at Michele's and thought I'd say hello...what a wonderful experience you seem to have had! Having young kids takes away some of the bliss of a fair (you're always chasing them around). Man, I would KILL for one of those cream puffs...they look AWESOME!


Glad you made it to the Fair.

I'm looking forward to your wedding posts - I love your bridesmaid dresses.


I thought you're supposed to stack the deck and make the bridesmaid dresses ugly. I think Christi might be giving you the wrong advice so she doesn't look goofy at your wedding. My *good* advice? Poofy everything. And maybe hoop skirts. Lacy ones.


Andre, nobody actually does that. And if they do, they have serious self-esteem issues. The choice of bridesmaid dresses and how the girls look reflects on the bride! I want my *fabulous* taste to shine through! :)

And Kathy - thanks! I can't WAIT to be able to post a wedding and honeymoon recap and lots and lots of pictures!!


I'm jealous. We did not get there this year, but did make it to the Morning Glory Art Fair, which I really enjoyed.

Good luck with the wedding plans and the wedding! Best wishes!

Stopping by some blogfriends to say hi. Hello from Tosa!


Lacy. Hoop. Skirts.



I STILL have never had a cream puff. I'm don't have much of a sweet tooth. I suppose I should try one sometime though since it is the right thing to do being that I live in Milwaukee.


I didn't know that you've never had a cream puff! That's crazy! They are one of my MOST favorite things in the world...and one of the things that I miss most about being a Wisconsinite. hmmmmmm.....I'm salivating right now at the thought of one.

And, I disagree with Dave completely on the style of eating a cream puff. You have to keep the ends together and eat it in a big ol' messy pile. Who politely takes it apart and eats it as two separate things? That's nuts.

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