At least my new place has wheels!
It is sweet child! I say we combine our forces of the Casa du Borghese and the Wallyingford and have a reagl Halloween bash with gin bromide, feathers and french ticklers!
I saw all kinds of snow the five years I lived in Michigan, but never that combo. Must be really freaky.
von LX, I lived in Cleveland and never saw this....Only in New York, and that three or four times in the last three years. (It is freaky... and beautiful when it happens at night.)
Maddie, as long as the french ticklers you're talking about are real Frenchmen with real ticklers! Preferably of the dark haired variety.....
but of course........
Are French-Canadians French enough?;)HugsJon
Jon! How great to hear from you, I'll be over as soon as I finish crocheting my mourning gown...:-/AND...YES! Canucks are always welcome; anyone that hates Parisians as much as they have to be a HOOT!....Bring your tickler though...xoxoxw
Another Canuck reporting!p.s. French Canadian men are HOT.
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