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February 07, 2008

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Shula

Belgian, that is.

Violet & Rose

In reference to the need for chocolate, I echo Pia's first four answers.

Hope the school thing is going well for you.

Perhaps next week you could do pick-up in a council truck?

Claudia

Trucks + Tickling + Fabric. What a wonderfully eclectic little bunch you are! But what did Mr. 6.5 declare, I wonder?

Casey

chocolate breaks are good for the soul. :)

Bel

All sound good! Except for the grey skies....

di

I'd be trying to skip the paperwork myself...

And I do declare that you're a blogger who makes my day. You already knew that though.

Christie

I hope that means chocolate in large quantities... that's the way I like it!

martha

I declare to see what happens to that quantity of linen.
and yes to large quantities of chocolate too. Dark please.

kim at allconsuming

This week I felt like I packed a month into five days.

Donna

I confess to the flimsiest of excuses for a chocolate break, preferably in substantial quantity (the breaks AND the chocolate)
I hope the school routine is going well for both you and the future truck driver/jet fighter pilot.

Donna

I confess to the flimsiest of excuses for a chocolate break, preferably in substantial quantity (the breaks AND the chocolate)
I hope the school routine is going well for both you and the future truck driver/jet fighter pilot.

gkgirl

i always wanted to drive a gravel truck.

maybe someday.

michele

:)

Carla

You make me laugh!

Kristel

I admire your blog! It is so beautifully sober. That is what I love and what my blog should look like. But it always turns out bright and colorful.... I don't understand.

amisha

a chocolate break sounds just about perfect right now.
and i also wanted to drive a truck when i was a wee one.... well let me be honest. it was an ice cream truck. :)
xox

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