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    thanks for the links Donna Rae!! I'll definetely check out some of these tonight after work!

    When I get home I am going to make up my pot of honey garlic meatballs for supper tomorrow night and then play on my machine and my blog!!!! I took some photos of my student's 4-posies blocks last night in class that I plan to post tonight! They are having so much fun making them!

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    First, the meatballs sound sooooo good. I don't eat red meat but I do eat Chicken and Turkey that has been raised organically and free range (means free to roam). And I buy it ground and make meatballs and stuff but had not thought of making those. So now you have my mouth watering. I am going to be checking out your blog as you do it. You go girl. Doing a blog is very smart. If you can get enough readers you can sell a lot more. But I am more interested in seeing your students stuff. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaRae
    First, the meatballs sound sooooo good. I don't eat red meat but I do eat Chicken and Turkey that has been raised organically and free range (means free to roam). And I buy it ground and make meatballs and stuff but had not thought of making those. So now you have my mouth watering. I am going to be checking out your blog as you do it. You go girl. Doing a blog is very smart. If you can get enough readers you can sell a lot more. But I am more interested in seeing your students stuff. :D
    I will have to add a recipe blog link to my blog too. I'll also add that meatball recipe. I'm sure you will be able to subsitute chicken or turkey and it will be just as tasty!!!

    When I get home I plan to write in my blog about last night's class and post some of the girls' photos!

    I hope down the road more people will look at my blog and be interested in my designs... Keeping my fingers crossed!!! I will be playing and adding more to my blog soon as in more links, photos, etc!

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    great set of links, donnarae! thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilting Aggi
    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaRae
    First, the meatballs sound sooooo good. I don't eat red meat but I do eat Chicken and Turkey that has been raised organically and free range (means free to roam). And I buy it ground and make meatballs and stuff but had not thought of making those. So now you have my mouth watering. I am going to be checking out your blog as you do it. You go girl. Doing a blog is very smart. If you can get enough readers you can sell a lot more. But I am more interested in seeing your students stuff. :D
    I will have to add a recipe blog link to my blog too. I'll also add that meatball recipe. I'm sure you will be able to subsitute chicken or turkey and it will be just as tasty!!!

    When I get home I plan to write in my blog about last night's class and post some of the girls' photos!

    I hope down the road more people will look at my blog and be interested in my designs... Keeping my fingers crossed!!! I will be playing and adding more to my blog soon as in more links, photos, etc!
    How do we read your blog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by henryparrish76
    Quote Originally Posted by Quilting Aggi
    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaRae
    First, the meatballs sound sooooo good. I don't eat red meat but I do eat Chicken and Turkey that has been raised organically and free range (means free to roam). And I buy it ground and make meatballs and stuff but had not thought of making those. So now you have my mouth watering. I am going to be checking out your blog as you do it. You go girl. Doing a blog is very smart. If you can get enough readers you can sell a lot more. But I am more interested in seeing your students stuff. :D
    I will have to add a recipe blog link to my blog too. I'll also add that meatball recipe. I'm sure you will be able to subsitute chicken or turkey and it will be just as tasty!!!

    When I get home I plan to write in my blog about last night's class and post some of the girls' photos!

    I hope down the road more people will look at my blog and be interested in my designs... Keeping my fingers crossed!!! I will be playing and adding more to my blog soon as in more links, photos, etc!
    How do we read your blog?
    Hi Henry
    go to www.comfortcovedesigns.blogspot.com I haven't put anything in for today yet as I am still plugging away here at work, but I will have something there this evening and more photos! I will try to have the meatball recipe there soon too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilting Aggi
    Quote Originally Posted by henryparrish76
    Quote Originally Posted by Quilting Aggi
    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaRae
    First, the meatballs sound sooooo good. I don't eat red meat but I do eat Chicken and Turkey that has been raised organically and free range (means free to roam). And I buy it ground and make meatballs and stuff but had not thought of making those. So now you have my mouth watering. I am going to be checking out your blog as you do it. You go girl. Doing a blog is very smart. If you can get enough readers you can sell a lot more. But I am more interested in seeing your students stuff. :D
    I will have to add a recipe blog link to my blog too. I'll also add that meatball recipe. I'm sure you will be able to subsitute chicken or turkey and it will be just as tasty!!!

    When I get home I plan to write in my blog about last night's class and post some of the girls' photos!

    I hope down the road more people will look at my blog and be interested in my designs... Keeping my fingers crossed!!! I will be playing and adding more to my blog soon as in more links, photos, etc!
    How do we read your blog?
    Hi Henry
    go to www.comfortcovedesigns.blogspot.com I haven't put anything in for today yet as I am still plugging away here at work, but I will have something there this evening and more photos! I will try to have the meatball recipe there soon too!
    I am now following your blog. Here is the blog me and helen have. http://halfsquaretriangles.blogspot.com/

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    I am adding to you mine too. I am still learning but will have it working the way I want soon enough :)

    thanks for becoming my very first follower!!!

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