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« File in the Middle card video | Main | Whitney's Graduation card 2012 »

July 01, 2012


If soneone said Caffeine keeps critters away - Coffee grounds do amazing things to your grass! Sprinkle coffee grounds on your grass and they absorb water and do a slow watering of your grass. So it would be a win-win. Can't wait to get this exclusive stamp set!!!

Hi, Dawn! I hope the coffee helps...teehee! The pig roast you speak of is called a Cochon de Lait in my part of Southwest Louisiana:
Cochon de Lait literally translates from French to English as "pig in milk", or it is called a "suckling pig". A Cochon de Lait is basically a cajun pig roast of a whole young pig. The pig is slow roasted for 6 to 12 hours. That is what makes a Cochon de Lait an event rather than just cooking a meal. It's an extended "male bonding", "story telling", "bull shooting", "beverage of your choice drinking", "fire tending" event !
Just thought you might like to know...I always make a point to learn something new every day! Huz2u!

Hi Dawn:

Now we know were you get your gift of creation. What a beautiful cake your Mother did she is very creative like Mother like Daughter. Love to you BOTH.


Where is that rappin group on YouTube, I can not find them. They are great!

Well, now we know where you get your talent from, your mom did a great job on that cake and of course, you did a fabulous job on the graduation card.
I just love all the things you make and I love watching your videos. Your videos are so upbeat and always leaving you wanted to see more.
Thanks for your unselfishness by sharing your cards and projects.

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