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December 12, 2008


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Is the clear acrylic paint how you make air dry clay look glossy? We've been painting our ornaments with tempera, and it looks glossy going on, then - not - when it dries. I think I need some kind of extremely nontoxic glaze.

Hey congrats on the weight loss - no matter what Weight Watchers says!

I'm thinking one of your sons (bottom picture) may need some new p.j.'s for Christmas - looks like a growth spurt!

Ooooh , , , I remember that scene from Marathon Man. I had to walk out of the theater for five minutes and come back in after they finished torturing Dustin Hoffman. I'll bet dentists hated that film.

Love the Feastday clay figures! &:o) And the pictures of the kids! Those are always the best!

When you get a chance, can you pop over to my place and pick something up that's waiting there for you? &:o)

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