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November 03, 2011

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What's not to love indeed. You make it look so easy, not sure it would be the same in my house. XOXO to everyone.

Oh, Patti, listen to you!! -- I can't get over how much you accomplish every day, not only at work and at home, but in your church and community, too. On top of which, your house always looks so beautiful, your refrigerator is the most organized I've ever seen, everyone in your family is always calm and happy, and everything you cook is delicious.

Gee, when can we come back for a visit??? :)

OK, I used to love Aunt Patti. Now I am just jealous.

I admit, there is a great deal to be jealous of, there. But then, you're also pretty awesome (something I went into in some detail in the Gert Loplitz post, if I recall :) )

So, can we visit you, too? Then everyone can just be jealous of *me*, what with all my amazing relations!!

(Plus, if we're never home, our house can't get too messy! I'm really liking this!)

You both are very kind... Would love to see you anytime!

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