Greetings from the pine tree-covered land of Hatchechubbee! (pronounced Hatch-ee-chub-bee)
Crossing fingers, eyes and toes that I win!
I love them all!
Wow! Thanks for offering! Hope I'm the lucky one!
Cuteness! Each chick has such personality :)
Thank you ALL! Hi Robyn!! How ARE you?! I'm so glad you found me! Tyler visited me a couple of times at school...it was great to see him:)Good Morning Rachel & Tiff:)Good to see you again, Cat! I enjoyed my visit to your blog yesterday:)
Count me in! ...and can I assume you are reading The Yada Yada Prayer Group since I see it in one of the pics? If/when you do read it, I'll be curious to know what you think of it :)
Hi MyStory...I finished the 1st book (the one in the pic)and started the 2nd one last night....Light reading with a message...right up my ally:) I can really relate to Jodi Baxter for some reason (although she is younger than I)
Mug posting comment for Tiff H. per email:)...Try again, Tiff,...must be something quirky with the blog...it's happened to me before with other blogs:(
I am doing well! I am in my first year of teaching Art, at Spencer High School. Everyday is an exciting challenge :). Anne Baldwin is teaching there as well, and thankfully she has been there to help me through my first year.It has been great following your blog and keeping up with you through your posts... reminds me of some very good times!!!
Hi Mug - Yes - I agree w/ you re: the books. I love how the characters manage to breach so many 'social barriers" (culture, ethnic, age, etc.) and enjoy such special/meaningful friendships w/ each other. And I relate so (too?) well to Jodi Baxter, myself.
Ye........Entering via her email to me saying she had tried to comment but could not
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