Thursday, December 18, 2008

You're Really Super, Supergirl!

Happy 20th Birthday to my Winter Solstice Baby, Supergirl Two
With Love


Mashing Yams on Thanksgiving

12 comments:

  1. Happy Birthday to a super girl who is glowing with great beauty and light from within.

    She does come from good stock but her light is also very much her own.

    Peace! Light! Joy! The world is better because you were born.

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  2. Happy Birthday to your beautiful daughter!

    I love that XTC song. What a great choice for today!

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  3. Happy Birthday You Gorgeous Yam Masher You!!

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  4. Happy Birthday to your gorgeous SUPERGIRL Two! What a beautiful young woman she is! I know that you are very proud of her as you should be!

    She looks like she's got the yam smashing down to a fine art! Yummmy!!

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  5. happy happy!!!!

    a solstice child!

    my gramma's birthday was the 21st!

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  6. Happy birthday to Supergirl!

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  7. Ya Done Guud, Lady! ;)

    I can't wait to see her this weekend!

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  8. SG2 thanks you all; she really does. But she's in the throws of finals and won't take a breath until Friday night.

    I can't to hug her, too, CR. :-)

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  9. Hey, me again!

    Wasn't sure where to write this comment, but wanted to let you know that I absolutely love the "Pay it Forward" Gift that you MADE your winner, Linda at Vulture Peak Muse! I am so impressed with your artistic abilities! I obviously knew you loved art, but didn't know about your creative talents and artistic abilities! It's wonderful that you took the time to make her gift and personalize it "just for her!" I can tell how much it means to her and it should! I wish that I would have/could have made something so personal for your gift, but I don't have any artistic bones in my body, trust me!

    Anyway, I can tell by reading her post that she was thrilled with your "Hope" gift! I also enjoyed reading the "special" way that she decided to "Pay It Forward!" That was neat too and the joy that she received by doing it was evident by her joy and the way that it affected so many other people! You never know how one kind gesture can be a catalyst in uplifting and changing so many people!

    You'll have to start posting your artistic works on your Friday Artists of the Week!

    Hugs and Peace to you!!!

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  10. Dear Kelly: I wish I could take credit for making the cover of the book but I actually bought it at a craft fair.

    And regarding the gift I received from you; I love it regardless of who made it and it has a home on one of my bookshelves. {hug}

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  11. Now I've been reading down through this blog and enjoying the pictures.

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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