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March 02, 2011

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I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

Dani C.

Awesome tag! I love this idea of yours!

Renee

Great tag and thanks for sharing all the details. I especially like your Texas Background on it. I've put that stamp on my to-get list even though I don't see Arlington listed on it. Gee whiz, we've got 6 Flags, the Rangers, Jerryworld, and LOTS of traffic so surely we rate, ha ha!

Looking forward to the rest of the tags!

Joan

Happy Texas Independence Day! I like Tag #1 a lot and look forward to seeing the others. Must get that background stamp.

Celina Matthews

Love this tag! I really love the ornate TEXAS and the armadillos are adorable! Need to visit Stamp Salado for some stamps!

Patti J.

Very nice! Can you do Missouri next? lol... Thanks for sharing - will see what Curt has to say about you tonight!

Curt OBrien

Happy Texas Independence Day Mark! Love this tag and your writing about it. You are one funny guy. I'd love to see you use this tag on a card. . .challenge anyone???? BTW, I'm dedicating a piece of my Wednesday Evening Post to you and Texas this evening. So be sure you tune in tonight! Best, Curt

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