if the first woman came
from man’s rib, the next
came from her
mother’s, as all
have come. from an
embrace the size of
are double-dyed in her
thank you, Kaime and Kaime’s mom, for this beautiful, delicious, and healthy creation that you made for me! i have to get the recipe!
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I love that, “double-dyed in her image”! I am writing this one down for my sisters, “Y”. It is beautiful and worthy of being passed around. I can’t believe how you can just roll these out day after day.
thank you so much, Leslie! you are too sweet. some days are definitely more challenging than others – especially if i’m “too busy” to keep my antennae/receivers out and come home at the end of the day with no idea where to start (happens more often than should) (smile).
i love that this was your picture of the day. i enjoy so much how meticulous you are pairing picture with title, descriptor, poem and background color.
didn’t you just love kaime’s mom’s potato (beet) salad? did you get a bite? as for the background color, for this theme, i cannot choose the color, it always selects a color from the photo to match. there was a Decemberish update on this theme that allows you to choose the color, but i haven’t made the switch. thank you for your compliments and encouragements! hope to see you soon! (smile)
it was yummmyyyyy – yes i did get a bite. i got to meet her mom and son yesterday. they are so sweet. well the random color matching works! hope to see you soon too
yes, they are Very sweet! thank you, again, for helping out!