All the better to bring you good luck with!
Oh, yes. I need some of those then.
I love the horse shoes. I have a roping cowboy made from nuts, bolts and his base is a horseshoe. While in Texas for Christmas, we bought an Armadillo made compeletly from horseshoes. It was so creative I couldn't pass it up!
that's cool :)
I also thought of them as a symbol of luck when I looked at your photo. Good luck to you in the New Year
ok. just adding my 2 cents in here... you are freakin' amazing with that camera, girl! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the photos! What a great eye. I truly love visitng your blog. For the photos. For the words. For the recipes. For all of it. You've got the total package -- simply amazingly good.
I agree with all of the above. This is a great blog. Kind of like a mini holiday, I always feel refreshed after I have read it. Keep up the good work in 2006!
good luck photos are great as usualcoming here is like an escape of my city life
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