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March 22, 2011

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Lori Porten

Oh, lucky you! Happy Anniversary. We went to Alaska for our 10 year. It was amazing. When I was 19 I went with my family to Maui for 2 weeks. We went up to Haleakala to watch the sunrise. I will never forget that for as long as I live. Unmatched beauty. I am totally dying over your fabrics. Love the ones in the middle picture the most! What fun you will have with that! I'm sure you could do a fantastic luau themed party! I would love to see that!

Rachael

How lovely!!! If I ever manage to stay married to one person for ten years, maybe I'll get to go. lol. or sob. Either seems appropriate...

On a happier note, can't wait to see the new fabric line!!!

SuzK

Congrats on your 10-year anniversary. Nowadays that's a record. It looks like you had a wonderful time. However, that being said, I am going to blame you and my neice and her husband, who when to Mexico to celebrate their 11th anniversary, for the snow! I had such high hopes on Friday when it was in the 60s! Oh well...

HannahJ

That looked amazing! I hope to one day visit Hawaii!- how wonderful!

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Hello!I always motivated by you, your views and way of thinking......
Again, THNAKS FOR THIS NISE POST!!!

Diana

I can't believe it's been 10 years! Although it's been long enough for boy bands to come back around - I just remember all those guys showing up with frosted boy-band hairdos. Congratulations and the trip looks amazing. Also congrats on your book and fabric line! Wow!

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