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Thursday, 07 December 2006


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Too funny! Love your memories!!!! And so beautifully rendered!


Your stuff is beautiful!! I have really enjoyed looking at all of your pages. I hope to post some of my own next week when my time opens up a bit. I notice that you have a Pink Martini CD on your side bar-they are so great. i live in Portland where thomas lauderdale lives and it so fun to spot him around town. Again love your work.


Great entry. I love the colors you used


Love your page and journaling. I feel so bad for you and your never to be CPK. I had one, but even here in the States my mom had to meet the delivery truck for weeks on end just for the hope that one would be here. I finally got one, but that was my one and only. Now my daughter is getting one from my mom this year for Christmas. And she loves the My Little Pony stuff like I did too. :)


Love this entry!
I feel guilty for saying this, but I remember the Christmas when I got my Cabbage Patch doll.


I LOVE everything here!!! love it love it!!!



So I got a cabbage patch doll for christmas (or it may have been my birthday - I think it was my birthday), but the truely embarrasing thing was that it was something like my 18th birthday.... I was way too old to be wanting such a thing, and plenty old enough to know that they were expensive and pointless, but I really really wanted one, and so my mum bought me one. I still have it, my girls play with it, and it's still quite ugly.

Eleni Gratsia

Lovely, lovely! I know these were popular ALL over ... adoption papers and all! Have you heard that in the States a parent whose child was devasted after the doll had been attacked and ruined by a dog, sent it back to the company, probably in hopes of getting a replacement. Well guess what the company sent back? A death certificate!!!! LOL


love your page, can so relate last christmas I got my daughter a cabbage doll because of the same reason... :)



LOL - awesome layout - I had to lauhg about the Cabbage Doll - I guess that was a big rave in the UK - bahahaha


Great journalling, and I love the colours in this entry.


Absolutely fab page but what an awesome blog
I haven't visited before and will be back soon for a proper look around. It is fab

Julie Ann Shahin

I never got a real CP doll either - I think they gave me a really cheap generic one but I loved that generic one so much! LOL


Oh Nat - love your pages - they are so colourful! I had that my little pony castle and LOVED it. The little drawbridge and the turrets. I want one now!

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