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All that lovely baking! I wish I was your neighbour! It was very kind of them to help with your garden and so very kind of you to feed them so handsomely!

Lovely Harki. You chose a lovely photo of her smiling face.

Perhaps instead of Me Made May you could have a Make Me May, and spend the month making something lovely for yourself (hopefully you will have found your crafting mojo by then?)


What lovely neighbours!! And I bet they were pleased to have all those baked goodies to nibble on too. I bet the crafty love has gone missing after all that hard work getting the star trek felt book done on time, crafting mojo needs a little break!!

RIP Harki, I can't believe it's been two years already. I'm sure she is the most best remembered lab ever!


I cannot believe it has been two years since Harki-Parki-Parker-Posey died. Her smile is so friendly and just like Peri and Gilly, she looks so happy.
I've never heard of Neighbour Day. How lucky you are to have such wonderful neighbours, and how lucky they are to have such a wonderful neighbour as yourself.
Crafty mojo is often lost, or perhaps just away on holiday. It will return and then you'll be rushed off your feet trying to catch up on all the things you've had sitting, patiently waiting. Ask me .. lol.
My knitting mojo has finally returned and now I'm trying to catch up on all the projects that have been neatly packed away in a cupboard for so long.
Wishing you a wonderful week.


You do have some lovely neighbors, though I bet if others had known what the thank you "gift" was, you'd have had an even larger crew of workers!!!!
Pictures have always been a great remembrance of loved ones, but now that they are digital and don't yellow or fade with time, it becomes harder and harder to look at them and believe they weren't taken just yesterday. All if your girls are and have been lovely.
With our remodel going full tilt, there isn't any crafting going on here, either. And no other pictures to show as the work is dirty and tiring, but at this point there isn't much to share that anyone would want to see and I am much too tired to push the picture taker button at the end of the day. But it is spring here with warmer than normal temps and it sure lifts the mood!!


where has the time gone indeed - what a lovely pic of Harki :) so pleased you have such lovely neighbours, the backyard looks great - I'm sure the girls will enjoy basking in that sunshine


It's so great to have good neighbors & they are also lucky to have you - a great baker. I am also very lucky to have great neighbors who are always ready to help & one of them is a great baker too.

Jennifer Rose

time flies, hadn't realised its been that long since she passed

you have great neighbours! can we have some of your neighbours? ours are...um asses :p


Harki was a sweet girl.
Your wonderful neighbors certainly earned those yummy rewards!
I'm sure the craft mojo will return sooner or later. Sometimes we just need a mini-break and then are ready to charge in again.


I can't believe it's been two years already. I was just reminded that it's been ten years since one of my labs died. I still have his last vial of allergy medicine in my refrigerator, can't toss it out. It's funny how we do things to keep the memories of our lovable labs alive. (hugs) to all of you!


your baking sounds scrumptious (as always!)....
those two years have really sped by. I can't believe it.
I dream of frost...although this is one of the nicer times of year in QLD...sunny, dry, breezy days...not too hot...still sandal, skirt and tshirt weather though.


gosh two years. Blink and it's gone. I love that you honour memories with a loving goodnight.


Harki-Parki-Parker-Posey is a wonderful name for a dog! I'm sorry she is gone now. I love the idea of Neighbour day.


It is important to remember those we love even though they are no longer with us each day. Thinking of you and all your furry friends

Laurie (Moo!)

Two years...time passes in the blink of an eye. Thank goodness for good neighbors...and also for YOU for baking for everyone. Hugs to you and the girls!!


I can't believe Harki's been gone for two years already. It seems like just yesterday...

She was a wonderful companion.

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