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  1. Yay! You are so wonderful-twitchy legs and all! (I get them, too-twitchy legs. Drives me crazy!)
    I would gladly drive to the quasi-New England in a Cath styled camper and sit on your back porch in a twiggy rocking chair. But you must serve me something yummy to nibble.
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. You are so entertaining! I read and enjoyed every word and wasn't bored for a second!
    I'll also gladly visit you in your camper home and I would like a glass of red vino while we chat, please.

  3. Hope you don't mind if I swipe this meme to post on my own blog. I can't help myself! 😉 I don't think I've commented before but I always love visiting your blog. 🙂

  4. Thanks for the great post and some laughs this morning!! I love the part about juggling (dont we all do that) and Fin's early morning message!! What a great way for you to wake up!
    Love your blog – a treat every day.

  5. Alison, whatever happened to your last post about the problem you're having with your ex's girlfriend? 27 comments must have been some kind of record! Hope there's a trouble free explanation, take care, your avid readers x

  6. I love your New England! I'd like to convince my baldy soulmate to move someplace like that.
    You know, I used to feel the same way about SUV's and mini vans and large vehicles in general. My little family got around just fine in our little Geo. But then I had another baby and the car seat laws changed so that my daughter has to be in one until she's six! If you have more than one child, that makes is awfully difficult to drive around everyone with those car safety seats taking up so much room. In cities like mine with crummy public transportation, small cars and small kids means a lot more people needed to drive for play dates and kid related events because you can't take any extra kids and their giant car seats in your car! We finally ended-up getting a larger car- though still no mini-van.

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