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Lora, Your email made me cry this morning. It was so indcirebly inspiring and heartfelt. Thank you for writing me, you have no idea how much you blessed me. I clicked on your blog, and my jaw dropped. Your work is BEAUTIFUL. My heart is full just...
Lora, Your email made me cry this morning. It was so indcirebly inspiring and heartfelt. Thank you for writing me, you have no idea how much you blessed me. I clicked on your blog, and my jaw dropped. Your work is BEAUTIFUL. My heart is full just thinking about the fact that you are giving your creative gift to the world, and in turn it is giving people life. The world is so much fuller and richer with you sharing your creative eye. I can't imagine how much your clients love to see themselves through your eye. We would love to have you featured on the blog. Either me or Genie will send you an email on what we need, but THANK YOU for sharing your beautiful story. It made my day.Much love and respect, Me Ra
Posted by Mustafa (guest) on Thu 17 Jan 2013 03:39:50 GMT
the beauty of these pies is that what ever flavour you choose,itll taste just like the other flavours that u didnt.no more anguished decission making when choosing your pie,theyre all shite.
Posted by Guest on Thu 10 May 2007 16:01:02 BST
Like the 4 Olympic Rings, World Beaters
Posted by Guest on Wed 28 Mar 2007 12:40:22 BST
The pastry is the only good thing about these pies
Posted by Guest on Tue 20 Feb 2007 16:15:51 GMT
You got the Fray Brentos label of quality! yeah!
Posted by Guest on Mon 15 Jan 2007 00:36:57 GMT