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Old 12-21-2008, 10:26 PM   #291
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awww I'm so glad!! Have you tried the walnuts yet? Those are my favorite...although with that batch I forgot to put in the balsamic vinegar....ooops! ;)
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Old 12-22-2008, 02:54 AM   #292
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deelady I just ate all of your English Toffee, OMG it was soo good I had to eat the very last bit didn't even share with DH.
Oh GREAT! Now I can't stop drooling!!

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I just got my gifts today .... SUNDAY!!!!

All I said when I sent Alix my preferences, is that I would love to have something I could use in cooking that was special to the area where my Secret Santa lives.

Boy, did my Santa come through with the perfect gifts for me!

I got two bottles of Anchor Inn Buffalo Wing sauce (Original and Hotter), a jar of locally made hot New York dog sauce (I have been dying to try one of these - I thought of making one myself), a bottle of locally used BBQ marinade for chicken, and a jar of locally made seasoned salt - the best I've ever tasted!

And, oh yeah, a little mesh stocking with pieces of coal for "naughty" girls! Which will become a part of my Christmas ornament tradition forever.

GREAT job, Secret Santa! Thank you a million times! '

Here's a picture of my booty (that is, "gifts")
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Wow, those all look great!

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Old 12-22-2008, 06:55 AM   #293
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So what does one do if they sent thier package last week and is pretty sure it should be where its going..... and hasn't seen the person post that they got thier stuff.

I'm worrying the one I sent was lost.... with no return adress of course so I could be secret.......
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Old 12-22-2008, 08:28 AM   #294
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I'm thinking like you, suzi. I sent mine a week ago this last Friday. I sent our daughter's package the same day and she's already received hers. She lives in Los Angeles. My Secret Santa box didn't have to go across the whole country though, so I thought it would have been received by now.
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Old 12-22-2008, 09:24 AM   #295
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I put my return address but no name, I figured there were a couple of us in Ohio so they still may not know who it was....but the person I got looked up my address on the map and figured it out! Ohwell...but I feel for you because I hesitated on putting any address at all, but I got paranoid
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Old 12-22-2008, 10:50 AM   #296
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I sent mine a long time ago and haven't heard if it's been recieved either... could we get an up date on who HAS and who HASN't got their's? I"m also getting concerned.

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I received mine, but James has not received anything yet.

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Got mine! Brown bread is yummy!!
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Old 12-22-2008, 11:23 AM   #299
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awww I'm so glad!! Have you tried the walnuts yet? Those are my favorite...although with that batch I forgot to put in the balsamic vinegar....ooops! ;)
Those are just about gone as well they are good as they are
Now would you mind sending me some larger pants? After all it's all your fault.
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Sorry about that!



I haven't received mine yet, but the mail hasn't arrived yet today so I'll let you know
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