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December 03, 2009

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kellie

that salad sounds yum! i love haloumi cheese. love your post title!

m.e (cathie)

that looks fantastic!
we love haloumi, we make a yummy haloumi & herb bread.

Tracey Steel

Thanks for 'fixing' the bloomer pattern - off I go to make frilly bloomers for my granddaughter!

Amanda

Yum I actually want a salad now even this my major sweet tooth this past week :P..The bloomers are so freaking adorable..!!!!

Kirsty

The bloomers look so gorgeous.

Nikki

You are being creative in ways to please all your senses Michelle!

Your finished production line of frilly bloomers turned out very cute.

 Kate

Your bloomers are divine! Thanks heaps for the pattern. Mine always end up looking like little frilly shorts.

Sarah

I really do have to give these a go, they're just too cute

Leah

Cute nikkers. Love the salad, hate that my other half dosnt eat tomatoes. Your house looks so sweet

MoederKip

Oh yum, that salad sounds great.
And gorgeous bloomers :-)

Gret

These are just lovely!! Thanks for your comments too! :o)

Jess

Your container plants look lovely, I have a bit of thing for hanging baskets and the like. Hope they survive the summer.

Term Papers

Your finished production line of frilly bloomers turned out very cute.

bedroom furniture

great man :D

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