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Custom crops has a sale until midnight tonight most cricut cartridges are $29.99 except for the very new. Personally I'm holding out until black Friday hoping that Creative express will once again wow the public with 4 for $100. link to CC

Did anyone watch the CMA's last night? I must say I love me some Brad Paisley. It was good but not as good a Carries Underwood's yellow dress last year that has burned an image of pretty in my mind.

The good news is I have finally shed all the extra weight I picked up back in early spring making my total weight loss around 26 pounds. I'm wondering just what will fit in my winter wardrobe. I pack it up every year to make room for our six months of summer. I celebrated yesterday by making my hair a dark Auburn, what can I say other than I needed a change and to focus on the positive .

I'm loving the cool weather it's great for knitting and I cant remember ever experiencing fall like this here. It is very similar to Ohio fall cool, crisp, grey.

Barbs class is Saturday at 9 am!
(I'm going to need directions because I'm not familiar with the campus at her facility)



Debbie H said…
No CMA for me, not a big country fan. Glad to hear of your weight loss, I know how hard it is! I'll see you Saturday at Potter. I don't know exactly where it is but I know where the general campus is. See ya!

Deb H
Michelle said…
OK - need a pic of the new do! Debbie showed us hers... :)

Michelle H

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