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September 19, 2011


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Deb Levy

Welcome home! Looks like a great trip.


I didn't realize you were home yet! I loved hearing about every day of your trip. Sounds wonderful!

Ivory Spring

Oh so, you ARE back! :) I enjoyed reading about your trip. What are some of your favs?

Debbie  St.Germain

Sounds like a wonderful trip and that photo of you with the sculpture is too funny.



I have such tunnel vision that I didn't notice the statue until you said sculpture gallery. Perfect!! I love the coat too, all of that wonderful stitchery.


wow, sounds like an awesome trip!!!

Robin in Short Pump

Glad you had a great time and welcome home. Were there no other statues to stand in front of? LOL LOL

Libby Fife

OMG! I am exhausted!!! What a wonderful trip though:)


sounds like you had a great time! My hair is at the stage your hair is at too, I'm not sure if I will get it cut short again when I get home or continue to grow it out. I would love to see London one day thanks for sharing.


I can't wait to see what you come up with regarding the fabulous coat.


What a fabulous trip. Welcome back.


Welcome back. I relate about the hair. It does show up well in front of the bum! ;^) The library sounds fascinating.

Corinne Inglis

Glad you like London so much. I live 25 miles away from there and hardly ever go there! But when I do I LOVE it. Next time you come, let me know and I'll show you around some other interesting places :-)

Cindy Is Crafty

Correct me if I am wrong, but is there a big @$$ in one of your photos? LOL! I am glad you had a blast and that you had fun.

sue bleiweiss

Wow Vicki, sound like an awesome trip. I am in love with that jacket!

Virtual Quilter


Next time I would love to carry your bags!

On second thoughts, only one way, especially if you find too many fabric shops.

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