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Wordless Wednesday: My New Toys


  1. Wow! Hope those really are yours!? Nice. Y'all must be doing much better these days. I hope so. ((Hugs)) ♥ ∞

  2. Dude, I am totally jealous. I have a front loader but, not anywhere near that. lol. And red too?? Wow, that would totally match my dreams. he he.

  3. You're so cool now...everyone wants those!

  4. Sparky - Yes, things are going much better. I'll be starting school during the summer if all goes well and getting my degree in special education! :)

    Yes, Bobbi, it's honest and truly red. I feel a little bit on the obnoxious side - not because of the style -- just the color! LOL

    Ronnica, naw. I'm not cool. I'm just as dorky as I always was. :)

  5. OOOOO... I am envious.... you know we are all moms when we get jealous over nice washing machines, lol

  6. LOL - that's so true, Julie. Or just women in general who have to do laundry. ROFL

  7. I LOVE THE RED!! I have it in white.

  8. Very cool, Linda! I washed my comforter this morning. It was so nice to have the room to do it instead of stuffing it in a standard washer and dryer and having it not go quite the way as planned...


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