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Friday, 24 December 2010


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I hope everyone is soon recovered, and peace is restored! Merry Christmas. I'll be looking forward to your inspiration when you return.

Jennie Hart

Merry Christmas Alexa, I have so enjoyed your blog this last couple of months since I found it, and you don't need to apologise.....your blog feels honest, because sometimes you post and sometimes you don't and that is real xx

Jacky S

A very Happy Christmas to you and yours,Alexa


Merry Christmas to you all Alexa :-)


Dear Alexa, hope you are well soon, thinking of you and hoping your Christmas day was filled with love & peace x


Alexa - I hope your Christmas was a happy one & here's to a wonderful 2011 - hoping everything turns out just as you wish :)


I hope you had a lovely Christmas, and that health and equilibrium are now restored xx


Alexa - I am so hoping that you have all found some time for relaxing and recharging over the holiday and that a merry time was had by everyone. I'm looking forward to reading many more of your wonderful posts in 2011 x


Belated Christmas Greetings from me to you Alexa - hope that the festivities were good for you and that 2011 soon brings peace, harmony and completion certificates your way!

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