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May 11, 2008

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Happy day, Eileen!

Hope the day was filled with that there Holy Spirit fire ... and good mum-appreciation time. ; )


Blessings to you,
Maria

A very happy and most blessed Mother's Day to you, dear friend!

God Bless,
Jane

Hey, that's my kind of recipe! Looks perfect! Happy Pentecost and Mother's Day, Eileen (not late ~ just extended out into the week...)

Wow, you guys don't mess around - that's quite a fire!
Hope you had a great Mother's Day!

You never cease to make me smile. WE had a backyard fire like that this week, and my hubbie is not the chief!

My goodness! What fun...The cake did turn out nicely and I'll just bet it was very tasty! God Bless!!!

How fun!!!!
Your cake looks great!! Angel food...even more symbolic!

The fire makes me miss our old house, we used to do bonfires!! It makes me excited for Summer!

I LOVE how your cake turned out!! Great idea to surround your cake with the fruit!

We just burned off one of our burn piles this last week as well!

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