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January 16, 2011


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Dear Denise, I can so relate to your circumstance. Take the time you need to assimilate the pain and grief. We will be here. Consider re-posting some old favorites. This series has been great. I am a compulsive organizer and really enjoyed Bunny's interview. Thank you.


Oh, I dream of having Bunny's organization discipline instead of my fine line between organization and chaos. And I think I need to paint.


Bunnys place is beautiful!

I am so sorry to hear of what you've been going through. My condolences.


Great post to start your journey back to being a dedicate blogger.

Bunny's a Pfaff girl! I have a Jo-Ann's craft table, too. I even, used to, clean up as I went along. . .alas, no longer.

Denise Calhoun

Celkalee, thank you. You are so sweet.


Dear Denise
Thank you for this "sewing place", it's very interesting !!
I'm a french Pfaff 's girl like Nelly but not so organization !


Oh, how I love Bunny's work- and her space is absolutely fantastic.
I totally enjoyed reading how organized she is. I am just as tidy and it's the only way I can operate! So nice to know I am not alone :)

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