Posted by: Admin | June 3, 2011

A picture speaks a thousand words…

…so, this is me yesterday after reading all your comments, emails and texts. I am so happy that so many of you relate to the things I post. I am so happy, full stop! Here’s a track of my years that sums up the way I feel right now.  (And that’s before I have a glass of wine!) Have a good day  😉


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  1. What a beautiful smile! It was no nice to open up my email this morning and see you looking back at me – it put a smile straight onto my face, too x

  2. My goodness young lady. You are a beauty.
    Hot it the word they use these day I think.

  3. Gentlemen, you have warmed the cockles of my heart ;-D

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