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November 07, 2009

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uberimma

Go ahead, throw me from a horse, but I love it. I'll swap you for a handknit something if your plans for it seriously involve cat beds!

Julie

Paul just suggested that we could use it next time we have a body to dispose of.

So that cheered me right up!

Paula

I think you are being too hard on yourself. Body disposal aside, it is lovely. That print in the binding is one of my faves.

Boulder

Holy crap, I must be have the absolute worst taste levels in the universe, if you don't like this, because I *ADORE* it. The colors you select, the way you pair them up, they simply make my heart smile when I see them.

Off to sign up for some kind of "Develop an aesthetic taste level that others will find acceptable" class at some Learning Annex.

That's where I'd take a class like that, right?

Lesly

This post made me laugh out loud. So glad I found your blog. As for what to do with it, it would probably raise a lot of money at a charity auction. Imagine how virtuous you would feel!

mjb

Up north we'd stick it in the trunk to use as our "weather emergency" blanket. Then there would be a day when you'd be grateful for it!

winecat

Oh SO not ugly, I love it.

justin

Really like the blog, appreciate the share!

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