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A bit of Bubbly

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Thanks Maggie for your contribution---------------------------------
26th May 2007, 23:37  

Euphro says:

I love the top shot :)

26th May 2007, 23:51

Geodyne says:

Lovely shots indeed!

Maggie, you are generous to a fault.

27th May 2007, 00:01

thanks E

Tara, Maggie is indeed generous :-)

27th May 2007, 00:16

Caine says:

That's a nice bit! :) Lovely shots.

27th May 2007, 02:19

minkey says:

Love the effect :-)

27th May 2007, 20:22

paintist says:

thanks againfor yesterday SLG, it was great to meet your family and the afternoon went very well despite the weather...

I seem to have helped to drink most of Maggies contribution...and delicious it was too :-)

28th May 2007, 10:36

Gael says:

great shots. Glad it was such a success, sorry I couldn't be there. Hope to see you again before too long

28th May 2007, 10:38

Euphro says:

Yes, very nice it was too :)

28th May 2007, 10:41

thanks Caine & minkey.

P trouble was I kept putting my glass down and losing it. I found a full glass this morning in te bedroom!

Gael it was a shame you couldnt be there but hopefully we will get together soon.

E it was great to see you again :-)

28th May 2007, 12:51

chris says:

Agreed - top shot is aces.

28th May 2007, 13:14

Viv says:

it certainly is and it was a lovely day with some very tasty contributions!

28th May 2007, 18:20

MaggieD says:

It was a lovely afternoon :) .... Many thanks to 540 and yourself and all your family for making it so ...... :)

28th May 2007, 18:26

FilbertFox says:

Lovely pictures. Good job i couldn't make it, more bubbly stuff would have been needed, i loves the stuff!

29th May 2007, 09:06

swamprose says:

maggieD thank you.

and thanks to SLG and 540 for inviting us all in. It was a house that I felt very at home in. Small children underfoot are always a good sign.

30th May 2007, 23:12