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Thursday, August 15, 2019

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Ardi Butler

I loved this, Roz. How interesting to hear the history of these figurine groupings. On my hutch there are a few things: a pair of bronzed baby shoes (mine), two little pigeoneirs (sp?) from France (I was intrigued by them when we were there), two Alaska figurines of women berry picking with their little baskets (in parkas with full ruffs) and one little figurine of a boy with his pet rabbits. I did love to see your kitchen and the cupboards and everything about Autumn Cottage when we were there. What a wonderful and welcoming home you have made, Roz. Sending hugs.

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