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08/19/2005

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Annie

I can only dream to be in your shoes someday....

:)

Amy

Isn't it great? My oldest son is 12, and he's become a fun companion. It's so nice to see some signs of humanity developing! Even if we know the teen years are coming...sigh...

Mary Beth

So it really does all pay off? Great job, Mom! I'm cleaning my daughter's room right now. Before she comes home tomorrow from camp - could I have waited til the last minute??

Dorothy

How lucky you are to have a daughter to knit. I tried to rope in my sons, but no luck. I don't know how old Rebecca is, but I found with my boys that just when they got really fun to live with - they moved out! Sigh. But it's great seeing them grow and become such nice human beings - that's got to say a lot for their mother. Good job.

Michelle

Makes the gray hairs worth it, doesn't it? I'm still growing mine...

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