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Eileen, thanks for the tag! Wow, I'm impressed by quite a few things - especially the Bach part. Not bad! I'll try (really, I will!) to do the meme when there's a break in the action around here. You also have a blessed Holy Week...

Bear with me as we get through Easter...I have just two other posts before Easter. Promise I will get to it after Easter. And did I forget? Thank you!! Happy Easter to you!

I love to read these! You do learn alot about blogfriends that you wouldn't otherwise find out, I think. You're so musical! And no sugar for 20 years! Bravo! But how do you do it? Thanks for the tag! It'll be fun to do, but I'll need to wait til after Easter, too.

Proving that you do not need sugar to be sweet!

Great list, Eileen!

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