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Kelly... I miss you... It seems like ages since I have last written. I mean it has been a little over two years. How have you been? What are you up to? E-mail me!!! - Julie (met you from Luxe Designs) itssewstinkincute @


Welcome Back! You have been missed.


Welcome back! I've missed your blog. I had my boobs squished on October 2nd. =)

Becky B.

I am SO happy you are back to blogging. I've really missed this glimpse into your life!

Christine Campbell

WELCOME BACK KELLY!!!! Nice to see you posting again!!!! Glad you're boobs got squished today too!!! Gotta take care of the girls too!!


I am glad to see you back! I always enjoyed reading about your family. My daughters(twins)are the same age as your daughter. I loved seeing your sewing projects. Totally awesome! I am an empty nester also and I love it!!! I am having a mammogram and ultra sound on Monday. They are checking up on something they saw 6 months ago. They thought it was nothing but want to make sure. I'm all for making sure because I like my boobs to :D


I'm so glad you are back blogging. At lease you're on facebook and I was able to keep up with some of the stuff going on. :)

carol in seattle :)

YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!! You're back! So glad to see you (and your squishy boobs!) Can't wait to see what else is up with you...are you gonna share some new sewing stuff?


You are a funny lady Kelly! I look forward to reading your blog. :)

cindy lou

kelly, you are hilarious! and a good writer too. on the subject of mammograms, i do get one every year. my dr. told me about 2 years ago that i could skip a year if i wanted because i had not had any abnormal readings for at least 5 years. i considered it, because, lets be honest, who really likes those things? in the end however, i went ahead and had it, and i'm glad i did. they found a couple of areas that they are keeping an eye on now. nothing to worry about at this time, but i would not have known if i had skipped a year. so ladies, it is important to have mammograms, every year after 40 or earlier if you have a family history of breast cancer. they are not fun, but cancer is even less fun.

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