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Wishing you all Season's Greetings

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gma said…
How many days is it?
can't wait.
rebecca said…
dear sue,

i can't stop thinking about how this new year will bring a sweet new life into your family!
i love the way you find angels in reflections and see into the hearts of those around you, their brightest possibilities.
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Annie said…
Sooo cute. The smile of that little figure is positively infectious.
Stephanie said…
Great image Sue...hope you enjoyed a wonderful weekend.

x...x
Spiritually it is a wonderful count-down. Family and getting ready wise, the days are moving way too fast.
Miss Robyn said…
I love the waiting! even though we have no little people.. the little girl within is excited!
Oh this is wonderful! Love it ~ thanks, namaste, CArol (A Creative Harbor) Happy PCFP ~ and Happy Holidays to you ~ ^_^
Dawn Elliott said…
Looking at your image made me smile! Happy Holidays to you!
Leslie said…
what a darling little angel :)
somepinkflowers said…
yes
yes
finding christmas bliss
and angels
in the waiting...


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