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November 05, 2010

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badlands quilts

You must have ate at Churrascos or Fogo de Chao...both are so yummy!

Kim

Thank you for the images of "home" - It has been a while since I have been to Houston.

Jennifer

I grew up in Houston, and yes, the water is always that brown in Galveston! And Chuy's is one of the best...mmmmm. Next time you're there, make sure you have some BBQ too!

TxAggie

Glad you enjoyed your trip here to Houston Terry! I'm a Houston gal, and we love Galveston too. The water is more brown when it's choppy, but the at the West End beaches it's prettier and all point further south.
I'm going to have to go find those magazines, love your Owl bag!

TxAggie

Forgot to add, Chuy's is one of our favs too. You must try Irma's for Mexican food when you're here next year ...

Shyla Lunsford

I was just going through your blog and found that picture of the lego bins and my son is a Huge lego fan and I am going to make that picture of yours into a full size bed quilt. I have been to Lego so many times and never thought about that wall before I guess because I am chasing my son and daughter around. I have to Thank you because he has been asking for a new quilt and I have the material but I didn't have a clue what to do until now.
Shyla

Terry

That would be a great quilt!

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