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Friday, December 12, 2008


Wagner Family

Jeff LOVED the Split Seconds! Yummmmmmmmmm!
Ben just loved them ALL!

Thank you for making the day special by making such wonderful cookies!

We love you all!

PS The snowman apron is Sarah all the way!


Mmm mm - they look good. I'm very tempted to try the SPLIT SECONDS - they look so pretty and I have all the ingredients. I'll see how energetic I feel in the morning :) Hope you have fun at your cookie exchange.


Thanks for the great recipes. We started out annual cooking baking this afternoon. I look forward to trying out your recipes. It's a little harder at our house as I still have little ones that like to help. :)




[:This is madeline

I never knew how to make split seconds. It looks really fun. They were rrreally delicious too!. Have fun eating the rest of ruoy? your cookies!


I admit it - the socks make me giggle! ;o)

All your recipes sound very good. And it really is such a blessing to work side by side - mother and daughters - in the kitchen. Sweet times!

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