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April 20, 2009



Angie - Love the texture of the pipe claeners. So clever and creative and they look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking to the Sunday Showcase - I greatly appreciate it. I'll be featuring this today. Hope you have a wonderful week ~ Stephanie Lynn


I'm so very glad you've started this, Bro. Chuck. I never got to know Jimmy too well, but I ceritanly knew enough about him to know his love for Christ. I knew He shone wherever he went and to whomever he met. I am so excited to get to know him better, and continue to learn from him. Praise the Lord for sharing him for the time He did!


I've frequently wdenerod how important it is to pick up pet waste? We have herds of deer, packs of foxes, raccoons and opossums, dozens of squirrels per acre, 100 s of birds, etc. Is it really that harmful to let the occasional dog poop stay on grass or in woods and simply degrade?Anyway, I like the combo-flush idea, Michael. That's getting creative!


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