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Exciting day!  Not only did my moose flannel material come from Hancock Fabrics, but also the Max Lucado book that I won from Dorie @ These Grace Filled Days
I cannot wait to begin working on the blanket for my nephew and start reading the newest book from my favorite author. 
Thanks, Dorie!
Never underestimate the happiness that the mailman can bring to your door.


  1. I am so glad you got it! And that fabric is really neat. It reminds me of when we lived in New England and I saw a moose on the side of the road on the way to work one morning - I had never seen one before, and had no idea how big they were. Ever since then, seeing a moose in any form reminds me of that moment, and it makes me smile.


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