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December 13, 2010

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Supercat

Oooh - Fancy coffee drinks. I hope we get a photo of the tat.

Pete

I'm finding these posts very interesting, and I might do something similar when I get back home (I'm currently visiting Newcastle). My next step is going to be more resting, since you asked. Is that enough commentary to break out the glue gun?

Lisa

I see a theme with the elephants ... elephanttat!!

mary

the next step is s tricky thing - when I was younger (immediately sounding sbout 70 here) it was fine careering around doing masses of random stuff (until I developed ME) now I think 'do I really want to do that' 'what is the point' 'will it get me anywhere' and and as a result unless it is a questions about my next step being 'do you want another coffee or start a new colour on your grannie square' I tend to stand ruminating over and over again in my head...

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