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May 07, 2008

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Hello there! I saw you tagged me and thought I would have a look at your blog. It's nice to be able to meet people this way, isn't it?
Let me think about my answers a little while before I post. Thanks for visitng and come back any time!

Hey there...

Thanks for the tag! And it's okay tagging someone new, that's the whole fun of blogging, meeting new people and making new friends! =) Will try to do the tag soon.

Thanks for tagging me. I always love reading these, and I will do this meme this weekend! By the way I read The Mysteries of Udolpho not too long ago. It was great fun and I enjoyed it immensely. I've got several other of her books and I hope to read them sometime soon! Looking at your sidebar--we have similar tastes in books! I'm reading the Sarah Bower book right now and greatly enjoying it!

Hi, thanks for the tag - good idea to use the blogring - saves your usual suspects getting fed up! It's a case of what goes around comes around though as I was tagged for this one a couple of weeks ago. My responses are here: http://hawkinsbizarre.blogspot.com/2008/04/tagged.html
Like the blog by the way - it's going on my links...

Thank you to my "tagees" for taking their random tagging so kindly. I enjoyed all your blogs.

I loved going to the Scillies as a child, as well. When I went back as an adult with my own children, it was just as magical -- though the seawater was far colder than I remembered it!

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