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Wendy, thankyou for visiting my blog. I like your weblog very much. Please come by and visit me again ;-}


how amazing is it that things are off the ground for her. i love the look of that knitting machine there is something about equipment from the industrial revolution.

best of luck with everything.


AAaaahh..i wish her all the luck and she deserves it all!!!!! People who make snide comments are just jealous!!
Lots of lovely stuff..blinds and machinery!!!xxx


Congratulations to Lucy - wishing her all the luck in the world.


Your daughter is very courageous! I think it's wonderful that she is following her dreams and that she has such a supportive family behind her. Best of luck, Lucy!!! Love the name of her studio too! :)


I really hope Lucy has fun living her dreams and you have fun watching her!


good luck to Lucy - that's brilliant, I hope she does well!


hurrah for the new baby (I mean business) of the family. Best of luck to Lucy!


How exciting for Lucy, wishing her lots of luck in her business, the website looks lovely and should I ever be in the area I will be sure to visit.

stephanie s

best of luck to lucy!!! it is a brave thing she is doing, i wish her all the best. and how lucky she is to have such a wonderfully supportive mom...


well i've blogged. but you've disappeared, so i'm telling you on here. x


Good Luck Lucy!


Good Luck, Lucy! It takes so much bravery to do something like that. I don't think I could do it.
Why would people say, "It's alright for you." It sounds like she has worked very hard, and with her strong arms, she should slap the people who wish her any less than the absolute best. But that's just me being horrible.
She's very lucky to have a Mum like you to help her out.


You've done so much work! Congrats to you!


Good Luck to Lucy - and well done to her Mum for all the great help! wonderful curtains!


Hi Wendy, thankyou for your comment. I am from Lancashire in the North of England. I spent a lot of my childhood in the Lake District.


i wish i had half of Wendy's courage and ambition-she can't help but succeed with all your loving support.

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