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November 24, 2010

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What a wonderful post, Stacey! Hope this holiday is as fun and meaningful for you and yours! xoxo

Thank you for this Stacey - Happy Thanksgiving.

Didi

Stacey--thank you for bringing tears to my eyes. I have had several reasons this year to think of all those who have to figure out how to "do" the holiday without a father or mother or other essential and central family-person. So glad to be able to repost YOUR post. with love--Jenny

You are so damn cute. Which is lucky, or else I wouldn't be okay with you making me sad.

All love, Stacey. All LOVE.

Thanks everyone. I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

"I looked forward to walking in, tying my apron, and getting to it, all business. "

love this. and the whole story. love the picture. wow your sister looks like you.

xox

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