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30 December 2005


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was there not a chance that you could have snuck the gorgeous dish into your bag ? haha .. :) and don't ever, ever grow up -

How about a wonderful plate with chocolates made of ceramic and glued on just for display? Marty ended up with that heiloom.

Tongue in Cheek writes: Mathew is my brother and so is Marty; There are two more...Mark and Zane.
My Grandmother had a ceramic plate, from the Açores, that had the most real ceramic cookies and candies on it and painted oh so deliciously! When we were children, my Grandmother one day brought out that plate...she teasingly asked us to have a cookie, or a chocolate...my brother Marty, being a gourmand (someone with a healthy sweet-tooth,) grabbed for the largest!

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