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02 December 2020

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My dear Marilyn. I have loved this blog posting.
You are very dear to us all.
Blessings my friend
and thank you Corey for sharing your blog for all these guest postings
Much love

I very much like all your photographs - the investment in a proper camera is always worth it.Every day I read the stories of women here telling about their lives I'm amazed at the enormous creativity that has been building up so far !

I love that I get to see Marilyn's beautiful photos every day on Facebook, and have shared tea with her a few times in person too. Life can be beautiful.
Val

"Mental Holiday" - I love that, perfect description of this beautiful blog! I am amazed at everyone's accomplishments, just incredible what all you women have done! Marilyn your phots are gorgeous! I love that you were/are a pattern maker -such a skill is rare! It's so motivating to read how you have been able to grow and build on all your talents and loves to make a company to call your own! Thank you for sharing!!

Well done Marilyn
Lovely to see that your creative journey has taken many different avenues and now you have moved to photography, which is a very gratifying pastime. I loved all your images and reading your story. Best wishes for the festive season from NZ. - Jennifer

I love reading about all of these diverse and interesting people. A pattern maker for Nike who pivots into photography and writing books. I bet you're great at puzzles:) Marilyn, your photographs are lovely and the child's tea party book looks like great fun.

Brava for creativity and several reinventions! Love the photography.

Marilyn,
I just want to sit in your garden and enjoy all the blossoms, tea and wildlife! Beautifully done. I now follow your blog, inspired by its romance and calming energy. Thanks for sharing.🥰

Oh, you wonderful lady! You pursued your dream and -Just did it. Love your Instagram account.
Fabulous photos.
Thank you
Ali

What a pleasure to see a tea friend on one of my favorite blogs! Thank you for sharing your story!

Thank you everyone for your very kind comments and love.

I loved this post, Marilyn! Now I'm off to check out your FB profile!

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