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30 September 2006


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Beautiful Flow Blue and how wonderful to be in touch with childhood friends who knows you inside out without judgement.

Those two almost look like dollhouse miniatures. They remind me of my dollhouse days and the friends I shared that joy with...

flow beautiful!

Gorgeous my glorious friend.
We have been friends together in sunshine and in rain.
Love you
Gorgeous photographs and words that always stir my soul.
Bless you darling one.
I love you dearly!
Jeanne ^j^

Yummy words and photo.

I too have childhood friends, what a blessing indeed!

this post has been a heart warmer .. we are what our surrounding reflects to us..and friends.. reflect best

everything, beautiful...

I really, really love these blue and white china things. (I don't know the proper name). I always thought I would love to have a blue, white and sunny yellow kitchen... That is very French, no? LOL


The undeniable romance of blue and the lasting love found in true friendship.


How fortunate I am to have a childhood friend who would carry my flow blue creamer and sugar bowl from France to California. It sits proudly in my flow blue cabinet! It is something I look at all day long.

Two spoons for me....

I was fortunate to visit France with two of my "true-blue" friends!

Today was the memorial service for one of my very dearest friends. How beautiful to stop by to see you and read your lovely post. It made me rejoice that I have so many memories to cherish.

chocolate tea???? I've never heard of it. I'll have to go looking.

I don't know why but blue and white together just speak to me. They make me feel happy. I painted a little bathroom blue and the doors white-I love it.

great photo, lovely creamer and sugar bowl. The swirl of colors is gorgeous.

And what a great poem, partnering the two.

Oh Corey, These are exquisite. I'm betting Shelley loved them.

i also love that although they are simliar they have their differences and each one has their own job/purpose. they don't have to envy each other because they know their purpose is just as important as the other one's.

I love the conversation they are having.
Is it too rude to eavesdrop?

take care, g

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