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August 15, 2012

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Johanna GGG

what a lovely memory - am sure it makes you a little happier to remember it all over again.

Genie @ Bunny Eats Design

I'm not familiar with Mr Hughes, but I read the article and love the picture it paints of him. To be known for your eye for bullshit. That would be a good thing to be known for.

p.s. I love your paintbrush and pencil bouquets. I keep mine hiding in a cupboard but perhaps they should be on display.

Lucy

johanna: it did! and still does. what an interesting man he was.

genie: get yours out on display! i always reckon if they are out, one uses them far more frequently.

Georgia

Funny those memories that unexpectedly pop up in times of loss. A lovely tribute.

Beth

What a fascinating story. I've never met anyone famous before- lucky you. I hadn't heard of Mr. Hughes, either. Thank you for sharing the link. So sorry to hear of his passing.

Your photo is beautiful-we keep our paintbrushes out, too.

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