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and why not ! Cheers !!
Cheers to you too!! xx
That looks so good Carrie, I could really do with a glass of that today ;o)RO
Oh it is good, bit medicine-y but once you get over your nostril hairs being burnt by the alcohol it's okay, hahahaha
ah I love it, please post the photo over on growveg :D
Sounds like my kinda drink then!
posted rosie xxrothschild orchard - you are very welcome to come to N. Ireland for a tipple xx
Hahaha! Too funny! My Mom used to love sloe gin fizzes. She wasn't a drinker but I always remember her having them at cocktail parties at our house when I was young. I tried once once and it did feel like it burned my nose hairs but oh what a nice warm feeling afterwards! LOL
No wonder that she's got rosy cheeks! Flighty xx
I love your angel Carrie, I collect the 'homespun' simple Christmasy angels and she is delightful even if she's a drunkard !! in fact I love 'fallen' Angels even better.
Fallen angel indeed. Back in the day, there was a drink we may or may not have imbibed called a sloe comfortable screw, sloe gin, southern comfort and orange juice. Wicked. A jolly Christmas to you.Frances
no wonder our taste buds are shot
Ellie Mae's mum - I knew it, I am not alone in thinking my nose hair is shinged. Sloe gin fizz sounds very glam xFlighty - Yes, she does look rather 'merry' haha xMaureen - I adore little angels like this, this one has great stripey tights and willow twig wings, so cuteOh Francis!- Even the name makes the old cheeks blush - fab.A Merry Christmas to you and yours xx (By the way, being the festive season, I forgive you, regarding the biscuits, now I understand XX)
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