Fancy that dress, Donny 4 Debs, and spot the spooky face!


Debbie in her fancy dress outfitOK, January over (hooray!!!), time for some February smiles in this week's blog – and a couple of teasers for you – found some more weird pics from the internet this week (no, not that sort of pic!).

Also this week…
– And they called it 'Donny Love'…
- Fancy that! Guess who I went as to the fancy dress party?! (see pic to the left!)
– Spot the spooky face in a normal-looking lounge!
- And a fab DVD review for you – 'Love and Other Drugs'

Love you Donny…
Donny and Marie OsmondWell, with the weather turning completely parky, I've been indoors a bit more, with snoring poggies and wood-burning stove, and actually finally managing to catch up on some recordings I've been meaning to watch! One of the best has been Donny Osmond on the Piers Morgan show.

He's actually a grandfather now, unbelievably! And is still pretty hot, is he not?! Now it's a little known fact (!) but I was a Donny-girl when I was Debbie aged 12 in her Donny Osmond hatabout 12! He was my boyfriend… lol – me and the rest of the teenyboppers in the UK! In this pic of me from then, you can see me proudly wearing the trademark Donny hat – suits you sir! Hehe!

Anyway, listening to Donny's story – about how they had so many millions and then lost it all, about how he was at the pinnacle of fame, and then having got married at 20, soon after fell from grace and had a rough period through the early 80's – he came across so humble and genuinely warm, funny and nice! (Guess that pre-teen crush hasn't worn off after all!). Makes you think though, doesn't it – about life, and how it plays you different hands. Giveth and taketh away-eth and all that!

He talked about how his faith helped him stay completely faithful to his wife too – ahhhh. Don't we all (or many of us!) wish we'd had someone like that?! Seeing him as a person, a lovely family guy and proud of his wonderful marriage, made me (and many of my Facebook pals!) wish we had a Donny of our own! I'd ask if he had any older brothers, but… der!

It's lovely how he's stayed such a damn nice guy, through all of his success. Some of my ladies had even met him, they told me! Lucky them! Have you got a Donny story? From now or from the early years? (Leave a comment at bottom of this page).

Debbie, Linda and mum in Las VegasThe closest I got was when we went to Vegas with mum and sister Linda nearly two years ago (gosh how time flies!) to see the fabulous Donny and Marie stage show there – it was absolutely top quality and probably the best show we saw when there – alongside Le Reve (like Cirque du Soleil but in water!).

Donny happened to have a sore throat at the time, and couldn't sing properly on some songs – and Marie stole the show with some of her send ups of him when she had to fill in! Both ultimate showman/woman – and a highly recommended show to go see, if you ever get the chance! And a good Piers programme to watch if you can find it on catch-up TV. Also do read up on our Vegas trip by going here. And definitely helps make you feel lucky for your own life if you haven't been through the mill like some have. (If you have, see below…).

Fancy that - dress up time!
Debbie's clan in fancy dressNow it’s a little known fact (!) that I was blonde through my twenties! And ever since I was given a sample Ken Paves blonde fringe and hairband hairpiece, I've had a hankering for finding a reason to wear it! So when brother Glenn gave me an invite to a fancy dress party I knew my day had come! However, what as?

He and wife Boki were obviously Anthony and Cleopatra, and their pal Ardri was Dolly Parton. Lovely Rob Samuelson whose party it was, came as Dame Edna, too. In the end, I found myself a good Sixties-style look, using the fab Pompoos top and leopard skirt, and skooching up the skirt a bit. BUT after having some suggestions including Bardot, January Jones from 'Mad Men', and Barbarella, I almost went as Pussy Galore. (AHEM! Don't even THINK it, let alone say it!!!).

Looking at the images online however, (when I got past the predictable ones), it seemed I needed a purple shirt, and didn't have one. So with the suggestion of one of the guests in the green room, we hit upon a solution as to whom I most resembled. Can you guess whom it was? What do you think? Leave a comment below as to what you thought my fancy dress outfit was – and I'll ask my lovely web lady not to post any of them till the middle of next week, to allow everyone to have a guess! (Same goes for the spooky pic below. Have a guess – 'specially if you don't usually leave comments on our blogs – would love to know what you think!).

Linda and DebbieTell you what WAS spooky tho' – look at the side by side pic of me and sister Linda! OMG – twins or what! I liked this pic – till my little niece Izzy said she thought it was 'Auntie Linda and NANA!' Ooer! Thanks to all the lovely comments I had on Facebook about the main pic at the top too – I put it up as my profile pic for a bit! Many saying I should go blonde again. What do you think?

So many people just walked past me or did a double take, it was great fun to go blonde for a night! I'm sure I will go blonde again one day, but for now am really happy with all the lovely colours in my current hairstyle – but I'd like to know your opinions and how your hair colour has changed through the decades!

It was an amazing party – really well organised, bless Rob and his partner – and the highlight was the Operaglitz – visiting singers who put on a lovely cultured show for us all! Here's a little clip.


Spot the spooky faces!
Garage faceOK – a couple of the fab pictures doing the rounds on the internet this week – this is the first one – how 'bout this for creative shadows! You couldn't make it up!

Ooooo! The scale and everything is so correct! Wow!

So you can imagine what I thought when I saw the next pic. Now this one Scary sofahas even made it to the pages of the tabloids (search it on 'The Sun' website) as so many people were spooked by it. Many couldn't initially see the spooky image somewhere within this seemingly innocuous pic of a lounge!

When I posted it on my Facebook page in the week, a lot of people got it quite fast. Others had to enlarge it to see all of it properly. Others just… couldn't see the spooky bit at all! Which category will you be in? Take a good long look and then leave me a comment at the bottom of the page to say where the image is! To expand the pics on the left, simply click on them to get them in a larger pop-up window and have a good old look!

As I say, I'll ask my lovely web-lady Sally, who does the technical bits, to hold back the posts till Tuesday next week, just so it doesn't give it away too early! (If you do leave a comment, do also tell me your thoughts on the other pointers above!). And if it makes you jump when you eventually do spot it, apologies in advance!

Dance in the rainAnd finally, on such topics, there were lots and lots of absolutely lovely little graphics and slides going round this week too – here's one of my favourites. Thinking about when Donny Osmond had his bad times, and also for a couple of my lovely pals who are going through it a bit at the moment – you know who you are – feeling a bit down, facing up to some challenges, this is for you – and anyone else with similar issues at the moment, along with a nice big hug. It's that time of year, I swear!

We've all had our little moments through the years, some bigger and longer than others, and it always helped me to remember when I was going through mine, that everything happens for a reason, and there's always a light at the end of the tunnel, if you know how to look.

Incidentally, I liked a little article in the week which I read about on AOL – did you see it? - from a nurse, Bronnie Ware, who spoke to people who were looking back on their lives, and asked them what they wished they'd done differently. She compiled an interesting top five :–

– I wish I'd been true to myself
- I wish I hadn't worked so hard
- I wish I'd had the courage to express my feelings
- I wish I'd stayed in touch with my friends
- I wish I had let myself be happier

(It's in a book , apparently, which you can Google). What would yours be? It's never too late for any of us! And as Wayne Dyer says – 'don't die with your music still in you'. Lovely sentiments, and food for thought – if you need any inspirations and you're facing some big decisions in your life – can all be found in some of the many sayings and books and CDs and self-help courses available – don't suffer alone! And remember – there's always someone online you can talk to if you'd care to join in our little Facebook community or Twitter!

Laurie Wickwire and Debbie– Had a fab diamonds show again this week with one of my fave guests! Happy 50th to our lovely diamonds expert Laurie Wickwire for 1st February – hope you had a lovely day! Mine is later this year on May 10th! Am thinking about what to do. Any ideas?

- Update on Valentine's choices as am determined not to be at home this Tweetyear! Latest is a party with pal Shyama potentially. She mentioned it onTwitter (she's @portfoliowoman) and said, 'I bet £10 we don't meet Mr Right'. I said, 'I bet we don't even meet Mr Right Now'! And @clivehol replied, 'As long as you don't meet Mr Right Now In The Car Park!' hehe! Funny man! Anyway, what will we decide? Where will we go? I'll keep you informed! But maybe not about what happens… lol. One thing's for certain tho' – it won't involv e a car park!

Reservoir Sheep– The dogs who stared at sheep! Thought this would amuse you! On one of our walks this week, we faced an unusual sight, one which the puppies (OK, they're coming up two now, but they're still the puppies to me!) haven't ever yet seen – a flock of sheep. In a field that's always been empty. Thing is, the sheep seemed just as mystified, if the way they all lined up and stared at the dogs, was anything to go by!
(by the way, 'The Men Who Stared at Goats' is NOT one of my Clooney movie recommendations! Give it a wide berth, I'd say! In fact anything with Ewan McGregor trying to talk in an American accent!)

Goat's milkBut talking of such animals, since my allergy testing, I have been very much enjoying the goats' milk instead of cows' – much better for a less bloated tummy. Am back to doing lots of exercise now too, as the race is on to lose the required amount by big birthday in May! Will keep you updated! Have just booked a nice week's macrobiotic cooking workshop in Scotland in April, and a raw food session in a few weeks' time. All good stuff, and you know how I love learning!

- One thing I always take though, no matter what I eat, dates to the days when I was  working in the health food industry and interviewing an Oxford professor on omega 3 fish oils. And now there's some interesting news about how it helps unborn children. Click here to find out more!

Slim 'N' Lift Aire Shorts 2 Pack- And finally – Solo Cougar's Survival Kit #7 – Spanx! Of course! Need I say more? (refer to my previous couple of blogs to find out more!) We do Spanx and Slim 'N' Lift – and I have lots of both. One of my fave new ones – which I wear all the time! – is the Aire. I do like the rubberised bit inside the top – keeps them in place under your bra! Look out for the new leopard print ones too! Hehe! Just what every Cougar should have to maybe one day not be solo! (or else to put them off for life depending on the model you choose to wear! Lol).

WATCH – got a lovely one this week for you – real feel good factor. It's on DVD as I've not been to cinema ('W.E.' is not on locally yet, and didn't manage to get to 'J Edgar' before blog deadline!). But I'm glad I managed to see 'Love and Other Drugs'.

It starts off in a fairly predictable way – so much so that I nearly didn't bother going back to it but am so glad I did get past the first fifteen minutes. Jake Gyllenhall is fast becoming one of my faves on film – 'Source Code' being his defining movie so far, and you can always trust Anne Hathaway for a good solid performance filled with depth. ('One Day' being the last film I saw her in which is also out on DVD this week – see my previous review in the summer).

This story is a real mish mash of unpredictability, with a very funny supporting cast, but at the heart of it all is a love story and a good looking guy's journey towards liking himself. Loved it, 'specially the coach scene near the end – essence of Bridget Jones' ending, and that's never a bad thing! A good 8.25 out of ten (lost a bit for the set-piece beginning) but well worth seeing if you want another lovely slushy feel good film!

At least I'm getting my happy endings on celluloid eh, even if it's not in real life! So far…

But there's always hope – Valentine's Day is not far away! Not that it's been a meaningful event for most of the  11 years since my divorce, but I never give up hope! Lol… Just need a nice Clooney-alike, a Gyllenhall-esque, or a Donny-ish type – if you know of one, send him my way! Hehe! Anyway enjoy this clip!

Kuhn Rikon Ultimate PotEAT – soup! Loads of it! Just made my first soup in the fabbie Ultimate Pot from Kuhn Rikon! Wow – soooo tasty! Just a load of left-over veg, plus a bit of stock. Am well impressed with myself. Going on a health kick from now on, following Slobby Christmas and Lazy January, it's a welcome relief! Also loving the chunky soups from Marks 'n' Sparks, or Covent Garden soup company, or good old Pea 'n' Ham from Diet Chef! All good stuff.

Thompson & Morgan Big Brother LiliesQVC – well with the weather brass monkeys, and the ground hard as rock, how lovely to be able to look forward to a brilliant gardening focus this weekend. Join me if you can for a new show – a two-hour special of Thompson & Morgan on Saturday 4th February at 10pm. From flowers like these Big Brother Lilies – how appropriate for me! To fruits and veg and even garden implements. And I do like me imp lements! Lol. And don't forget that Liz Earle TSV!

On Sunday it's a big Best of British event, with more gardening with our lovely Richard Jackson.

Plus a Dyson Today's Special Value – should be a big one… even tho' it's actually a small one… if you get my drift!

Monday sees a new celebration piece from Diamonique - the 60-facet Jubilee ring. And my first Gatineau show for ages with lovely Andrew.

And finally – 'this week I are mostly been using' the Babyliss Big hair styler. As these pictures show, I can transform my almost-dry hair to a TV-standard within a few minutes with this ingenious device, which I genuinely use most days before I go on air, whether it's just to volumise my fringe, or to give it an overall revamp. Hot air blows through the bristle brush, which turns as it sets your curls. Highly recommended by me – just take some time to get used to how it spins, and you might find – like I do – that it saves you lots of time and effort!

                           Debbie before using the Babyliss Big Styler                   Debbie after using the Babyliss Big Styler

Anyway, that’s it from me for another week! Don't forget to leave your comment below! It will appear next week (around Tuesday 8th) if its a guess about my fancy dress or about the spooky pic! Look forward to hearing from you!



  1. Anita Anderson February 2, 2012 at 9:33 pm -  Reply

    It’s behind the cushion!
    Thanks for the saying Debs, I’m going through a big storm right now.

  2. Susanne Fitzpatrick February 3, 2012 at 8:53 am -  Reply

    Your blog is always such a treat to read, Debbie – really cheers me up when it’s been a hard day/week/month at the office and Life is generally a bit of a bummer.
    Don’t lose your lovely red hair – it really suits you – and do wear more chocolate brown. The top and matching skirt you wore on the Kim & Co evening show on 2 Feb was stunning on you. (Just lose the odd-coloured highlights – go for a real deep red as it brings out your colouring to perfection). You are a lovely lady, both inside and out and deserve to find a man who will be worthy of you – not the other way round.
    Fingers crossed you find love in 2012.
    Best wishes

  3. Debs f February 3, 2012 at 2:15 pm -  Reply

    Ahhh what a lovely comment Susanne! I hope I will too. But… God help him! Lolol xx

  4. Susan February 3, 2012 at 5:35 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs,
    I agree with Susanne…get a man who deserves you! I also love your current hair. It’s gorgeous. So smooth and silky and love the colour. Rich tones really suit you I think. Love your blog after my busy week too. You’re a gem. Hope you have a lovely weekend. Oh and blonde bombshell or what Debs?! You’re a stunner and that figure is a Marilyn figure! You’ve done soo well. I also did a double take.
    Susan x

  5. Susan February 3, 2012 at 5:55 pm -  Reply

    Oh and Debs I forgot to say I can’t believe you have another Emu TSV!? It seems to be on every couple of months!? I think they’re nice but they’re super expensive so I stick to my Clarkes yummies in the sale. Have a good 7pm show – don’t know what it is.
    Susan x

  6. Carole cooper February 3, 2012 at 9:12 pm -  Reply

    Hello deb I am like you I love donny osmond I was born in 63 and donny was my dream man, I had a pic at side of my bed and I kissed him every nite, I also had the donny cap and still to this day play puppy love, I saw him on piers Morgan show and loved every minute of the interview. Iam on twitter now reading all the tweets I am enjoying it. Carole Wigan

  7. t kitson February 4, 2012 at 7:46 am -  Reply

    bit a of a sad comment and properly wont get seen.
    my mum suddenly passed away within 2 hours on sunday morning. Such a shock, actually she was watching qvc,her favourite show. the paramedics unable to save her.
    she adored you as a presenter. she loved your ways and your full of life.
    a picture of you and alison young, that qvc said that will kindly send will be laid to rest with her with other pictures of family members.
    thought i would just let you know

  8. Pamela Steohens February 4, 2012 at 12:16 pm -  Reply

    Hi Deb…always enjoy your shows no matter what you are presenting just the fact you have such a lovely happy face and please keep your beautiful red hair such a change from blondes and brunettes ( or grey like me ) hope you meet someone nice soon I cant believe they are all letting you get away…best wishes for 2012 Pam xx

  9. Linda, Glasgow February 4, 2012 at 2:18 pm -  Reply

    Debs, i got the fright of my life with those “face” photographs you have posted, the lounge is particularly scary – it doesnt make sense? I wonder if photoshop was involved? I’m trying to convince myself as i dont want to believe its true – but,as you know, i do believe and therefore believe it could be true,a shiver has just gone down my spine. I was a Donny girl too even went to the length of forging my dads signature so i could join the local Mormon church!! When dad found out you would have thought i’d joined a cult or something – he marched me first to the Mormon church to apologise for being so silly and then to our local minister so i could be baptised back into our church – he was right of course but i think this story highlights how us teenybopper Osmond fans were so fanatical. I’ve got another story to share – well i went to see the Osmonds at the Glasgow Apollo(sadly no longer here) on 23 October 1973(a few days before my 13th birhday)-absolutely fantastic show – i had a purple gingham smock top on with purple bell bottom trousers and purple fingernails(as you know Donny’s favourite colour was Yellow!! no seriously it was Purple(as you knew anyway)-i must have looked a real sight to behold(sadly i have no photographic evidence but have got a photo of me a few years later going to see the Bay City Rollers in full tartan outfit!! Anyway my story – to get my tickets for the Osmonds show i had to queue up in the city centre a few months before hand(we had many adults doing “shifts” to be with us while we queued) we had been there for the whole day and we were going past midnight when the chief constable instructed the theatre that as there were so many younger fans the Apollo must start to sell the tickets straight away – it was so exciting as there were thousands of fans chanting there favourites name give us a D etc – well – i was a little shy but my real personality was in there and i wanted to start a chant so i started – give us a J(the place erupted) i then said give us a A(again the place erupted) i was so excited by this time and said give us a W(instead of a Y) and the crowd all started to say at different times – Jaw? whose Jaw? -i was mortified and just sumk back into the crowd with a red face – we are all in our fifties now but still laugh about my one crack at stardom – and failing miserably!! Brilliant blog,as usual Debx Hows the novel situation – has the publisher given you any feedback?(sorry if i’ved missed anything). Look after yourself – i prefer your lovely highlighted red look – sorry dont like the blondexx Linda,Glasgowx

  10. Nigel February 5, 2012 at 4:42 pm -  Reply

    Debs – Have fun getting home in the snow on Sat night ? Bet the voles are tucked up in their holes.
    Got the first illusion straight away but had to cheat on the second and go to the Sun website(to reverse the idiom :- couldn’t see tree for the woods!).
    Given that sheep clip, perhaps a new TV series beckons – ‘One Lady and Her Pogs’ !lol!
    Stay warm, Nige:)
    P.S.Hair – As long as you don’t go dumb or ditzy, its OK by me !

  11. Linda, Glasgow February 6, 2012 at 12:42 pm -  Reply

    Big love and hugs to Tracyxx Its not easy losing a parent(no disrespect to all the lovely dads out there) but a girl losing her mum is particulary hard(as i knowxx). How lovely(and i’m sure Debs will agree) that what an honour to be included in such a private family occasion – me and my family buried my lovely dad with photographs of all of us(and Chloe the cat) just to keep him company(well we thought that and thats all that matters ehxx) Time never heals but does make us cope better and eventually you will be able to think about and talk about mum without bursting into tears and remember what a wonderful and loving woman she wasxx I know i speak for a lot of QVC viewers when i say to you – we all send you positive thoughts and a good dose of love – look after yourself Tracyxx and many best wishes to your familyxx Love Lindaxx

  12. Susan February 6, 2012 at 3:13 pm -  Reply

    Hi Tracy,
    I am so sorry to hear about your Mum’s sudden passing. I cannot imagine how hard it must be to be taken so suddenlty. I hope she didn’t suffer at least. I wish you much love. Nothing I can say will help or be right but we are thinking of you,
    Susan x

  13. Jason Hicks February 7, 2012 at 2:06 am -  Reply

    Hello Deb,
    I think you are adorable and I wish you continued success!

  14. cyn martin February 7, 2012 at 3:36 pm -  Reply

    Deb, keep youy red hair it really suits you better, I was naturally blond but when I got to 30 I thought I was too old for long blonde hair so went red, been red ever since but I’m probabally grey now. How many dogs do you have are all 4 yours, what a handful. Don’t try too hard to find a fellow I’m sure the right one will come along soon. There’s an awful lot of frogs out there you have just got to kiss the right one. Best of luck.

  15. debs f February 8, 2012 at 1:30 am -  Reply

    Susanne – how kind you are! Thanks so much for your nice comment. Yes it was a lovely glamorous set from Kim and Co wasn’t it! She’s such a lovely lady too – really genuinely cares about her customers. And yes, I hope that 2012 will be fruitful in that way too! 🙂
    You never know…!

  16. debs f February 8, 2012 at 1:31 am -  Reply

    Susan – so glad my blog is going down well with people needing a lift at the end of a week! This week’s new one (9th Feb) should raise a smile or two! Thanks so much for your comments on the hair! I agree! lol

  17. debs f February 8, 2012 at 1:34 am -  Reply

    Carole – ahhhh we Donny girls loved those days didn’t we?! And what about Linda from Glasgow’s story above – how funny is that! lol. Nice to know you’re out there and sharing the memories too!

  18. debs f February 8, 2012 at 1:39 am -  Reply

    Tracy – gosh I’m so so sorry to hear about your mum hon. All of our wishes are with you. If you’d like me to send you anything else just let me know – send an email direct to and mention I’ve asked for your message to be passed on to me direct. I sometimes recommend a helpful source that made a difference to me following my dad’s passing, and if you’d like me to let you know about it, I’m happy to do so – only when you’re ready – just let me know. Big big hugs to you and yours at this sad time.

  19. debs f February 8, 2012 at 1:41 am -  Reply

    Pam – how lovely to hear from you hon, and thanks again for your kind comments. It’d be lovely if you’d like to come back regularly and let us know your thoughts!
    best wishes and thanks again

  20. debs f February 8, 2012 at 1:43 am -  Reply

    Linda – OMG I laughed aloud at your post! Sooooo funny! Both the mormon thing as well as your hilarious mis-spelling! Oh to have been there! I’ll remember that for ages now! lolol!
    lovely to hear as usual! Great story – thanks!

  21. debs f February 8, 2012 at 1:50 am -  Reply

    Nige – funny post as ever hon! thank you!
    Yes it was a blast getting home on Saturday in three inch snow through london – rising to five by time I got to Dorking. I fortunately was able to negotiate the roads out of London, including one which had foiled a guy in a saloon who was skidding away trying to get over some speed humps, and my lovely lovely four by four sailed slowly by him safely. The big thing was going to be ‘that hill’ near me on the A25 – but once again, my super motor made it up the steep hill with only two skids where I had to steer into the skid whilst slowly wending my way on an incline of about one in fifteen around the bends and down the other side, to reach home. Coast Hill defeated me last year, but this year I beat it! Thanks for asking! HOpe you aren’t too badly affected up there? I’m told its very cold where you are! d xx

  22. debs f February 8, 2012 at 1:51 am -  Reply

    Linda – couldnt have put it better myself – thank you for your kindness and again big hugs for Tracy and her family.

  23. debs f February 8, 2012 at 1:52 am -  Reply

    Susan – you too hon, thank you for your kind post. I’m sure Tracy is glad to hear from you guys too. Much love.

  24. debs f February 8, 2012 at 2:00 am -  Reply

    Jason – you are a sweetie – and lovely to have a post on here from you too! As well as facebook! : – )

  25. debs f February 8, 2012 at 2:02 am -  Reply

    Cyn – I do love your kind words of wisdom, bless ya! Yes, there are a heckavalotta frogs n toads – so i either have to learn which ones to kiss, or learn to speak ‘ribbit’! lol! Thanks for commenting! Do come back again! d xx

  26. debs f February 8, 2012 at 6:58 pm -  Reply

    Anita – sorry for missing your comment earlier. Yes it’s behind the cushion at the bottom left! Well done.
    And glad you liked the little ‘saying’ – there are many more where that came from. I’ll put another up in next blog specifically for anyone it’s relevant to. I love reading stuff like that! I do believe it helps!
    You dont have to tell me all about what you’re going thru, but if you did feel like sharing, many others might give you the support that our Tracy has had about her poor mum god rest her. It’s nice to know that people care.
    I feel blessed to have people like you lot out there caring about me and my antics too!
    best wishes

  27. Tracy kitson February 8, 2012 at 7:35 pm -  Reply

    Thanks ever so much for the kind comments.
    I am so shocked that you mentioned me.
    Received my pictures of debbie and alison through the post.
    Thanks to all at QVCUK.
    Appreciate it very much, I know if mums watching she would be touched too.

  28. Dolores Mcshane February 8, 2012 at 11:16 pm -  Reply

    Hello Debbie,ilove reading your blogs and when i saw those spooky pics i just had to comment.The second pic is still giving me nightmares,fluffing up the cushions on my couch will never be the same Dolores.x

  29. Debs f February 10, 2012 at 11:35 am -  Reply

    Tracy – our pleasure hon.
    Thinking of u and yours at this sad time.

  30. Debs f February 10, 2012 at 11:37 am -  Reply

    Dolores – haha! Thanks for joining in hon! Lots read it regularly but never comment so it’s so nice to hear from u!
    Come back again!
    Ps no cheese at bedtime for u either then! Lol

  31. martin forbes February 10, 2012 at 6:29 pm -  Reply

    hi debs hope you and your daughter are well how is your brad enjoying his new flat still enjoying your blogs and qvc.

  32. debs f February 14, 2012 at 1:04 am -  Reply

    hi martin – as i said in another post, all good with brad’s flat thanks, and lauren’s good!

  33. violet February 16, 2012 at 8:44 pm -  Reply

    Urghhhhh..that was horrible is scary and horrible hahaha!
    And why is she hiding under the cushions I have told her not to many times!!!!!!!!!!!

  34. Julie Dowsett February 18, 2012 at 5:10 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie
    Could you tell me where you purchased your watch I have seen
    you wearing on the shows – the one with the pearl bracelet
    strap. Looks amazing.

  35. debs f February 19, 2012 at 2:07 am -  Reply

    hey Violet! yes it was very spooky eh! Glad you enjoyed it and liked your joke! Do feel free to come back regularly to let me know your news and thoughts!

  36. Maura Murphy May 24, 2012 at 9:08 am -  Reply

    Hello, Debbie!
    Thanks a lot for this post!
    You are funny and elegant, smart and lovely!
    I wish your career will just go up!

  37. Khadiza Akter May 30, 2012 at 10:39 am -  Reply

    Very interesting Dress story!! Great work with this… Really impressed at the hard work and dedication you guys have put in!!! It’s a cool concept.
    Khadiza Akter
    “günstige taufkleider”

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