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January 14, 2008

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Gina Maria

Those scones look delicious! I find myself wanting to reach out and grab one to take a bite! ;)

Angie (aka lily24)

Cool (wonder where Josh gets it from? hehehe)!!!

meteor hugs,
Angie :)

Kate Teague

I love scones- I have arockin' good apple scone recipe too- I'l find it for you! Ah yes snow!! Kenzie and Daddy went skiing on Sunday- I stayed home this time and rested- ahhhhhhh!! Next week I may brave my camera up there- we'll see- do you find it hard with the cold- my lens went all frosty on me once!

Shari

Yay! A new post! I seriously visit your blog WAY too often to check in on what is happening over there! Those scones look YUMMY, although I have never had one before! Sounds like you are staying busy over there. I hope its designing new stuff! ;-)

Susan

Goooooooooo Green Bay!!!
Wonderful pictures of a great day :)

Marie

Love your scone shot with those yummy cranberries and that bunch of nanners! I just LOVE cranberries!!! You got some terrific light there too! What a fun day you guys had. We had a snow here today and it is times like these that I miss my 4 wheel drive...I hate getting stuck and sliding all over the road, LOL! A minivan just doesn't cut it in weather like this. The children love it though and my mudroom is all drippy now with wet coats, gloves, boots and hats. Enjoy yourselves!

Shari

Do we get another update before the weekend? ;-) I hope you are all having a FUN week over there! Have a great weekend too!

Joyagg

Just reading through some of your older posts. I LOVE this scone recipe. Last time I made Ina's recipe I froze 8 of them unbaked. When I knew I'd want some for breakfast I put the package in the refrigerator the night before to thaw. The next morning I gave the an egg wash, baked and glazed them like I did with the first batch. They were wonderful...

Joyagg

Just reading through some of your older posts. I LOVE this scone recipe. Last time I made Ina's recipe I froze 8 of them unbaked. When I knew I'd want some for breakfast I put the package in the refrigerator the night before to thaw. The next morning I gave the an egg wash, baked and glazed them like I did with the first batch. They were wonderful...

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