Sock warmers, winners and family visits


Ali and EthanWell, what a lovely lot you are! Thank you SO much for the incredible response to last week's blog, and for your hundreds of entries into the prize draw! Although I gave you three possible answers, we had some really great suggestions as to what this rather strange object was!

I think one of my favourites was from Ann who thought it might be some sort of 'warmer' for socks or stockings! If someone wants to invent such a thing, I'd be more than happy to sell it on QVC 🙂 In fact, based on your truly inspirational and imaginative answers, I wished afterwards that I'd not bothered with the multiple choice – your guesses would have been far more entertaining!

However, the real answer was – as so many of you correctly guessed – an American Tea Drinking Straw! I think Jo Downey's husband, Colin, deserves an individual prize for his informative and completely accurate description, which I shall now hi-jack! "It is a bombilla from South America and is used to drink Yerba Mate – a tea made from the leaves of holly tree"!

Understandable, you'd need a straw otherwise the leaves would prickle you when you drank it! :)  I can add to that, as they are available in our local delicatessen complete with a hollowed out gourd in which to drink the tea! Extraordinary, eh?  And there was my Colin and I thinking we'd stumbled on something of great value from a bygone era – they're about £9 to buy 🙂 And so who's the winner???

CONGRATULATIONS TO LORETTA GARDNER! :)  You may remember her comment "I guess it's C, but to be honest it looks like it could have come out of that book – Fifty Shades of Grey!"  Made me hoot 🙂 Loretta, you've won Laura Geller's Magic Collection, a full-size Skin Diffuser, and three of her fabulous marble lipsticks – I will arrange to get them to you just as soon as I'm back at work. Thanks though to all of you who took part – I'll try and get another competition up and running again soon.

I must also thank you so very  much for your incredibly kind and caring comments. You really have helped me enormously over the last few weeks, with your wise and warm words, and I have felt very loved indeed :)  And very lucky to have you all in my life…

Bruised legI am definitely feeling stronger these days and the bruising is fading too (this photo of my leg, left, was taken after two weeks!), but I have incredibly hard lumps all over my tummy and thighs, which don't take kindly to being crammed into the old corset 24/7!  But, as I mentioned, the discomfort I had across my chest has pretty much gone now and I am hoping that once the fat they transferred has settled, I will look more normal and less dented than I did 🙂 The left side already looks great, but we knew that the right side with the radiation damage would take longer…

I've been spoiled with visitors since I've been home and had a lovely lunchtime with Becky, my stepdaughter from my previous marriage, her husband, Mark, and little Ethan. I am known as his Nanny Ali, and I thought you might like to see the photo at the top of this post…he was very patient as I could only walk at a snail's pace!

I will be writing again soon, but please do keep in touch, as I love to hear from you all, and it was so good to catch up with Una and Alpa – the Army feels more complete now :) 

Take care, with my love as always, Ali xx


  1. pauline.johnson August 19, 2013 at 5:55 pm -  Reply

    Glad you are feeling a BIT better,love reading your blogs look after yourself.
    Love Pauline

  2. Elaine sallis August 19, 2013 at 7:55 pm -  Reply

    Well Captain Ali you certainly know how to rally the troops! Glad to hear you are on the mend. It was such awful news about Amica. Makes me realise how lucky I am to be spending time with my three gorgeous grandchildren. Molly will be one on September 9 th I can’t believe how fast the time has gone.
    It was fabulous to hear from the stalwarts of alis army again. Funny isn’t it we have never met and probably never will but we have become our own little family on here. Thank you for making us all feel so welcome.
    Elaine xx

  3. angela white August 19, 2013 at 9:23 pm -  Reply

    hi ali! glad to hear your feeling better and getting stronger everyday congrats to Loretta for winning the prize! yes we are really looking forward to polperro hols I hope your right and weather is going to be good! ive got 2 books to read,emma and I and a streetcat named bob(can you tell ilove Labradors and cats!) Thomas doesn’t know yet whats happening but when he sees cat carrier he be off like a shot!!! gemmas friends and the school she worked at have raised nearly 2k for cervical research its so sad. I know what you mean about the side which has been zapped with radiation I cant feel anything under my left arm and breast is rock hard sometimes! looks higher than other one like a weird uplift!!! im just so grateful to be here though!i hope you continue to get better and will be out of your corset soon! love to you ali and your family and all of ali”s army xx

  4. Jilly August 19, 2013 at 11:21 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali
    what a lovely picture of you and little Ethan. There is something very special about the two of you walking hand in hand. Oh my, I am horrified at the your leg and I also cannot understand how on earth fat was taken from your leg when you look as if you have no spare fat anywhere on your body!!! I am though delighted to read that already your left side looks so much better – what a bonus that will be after so much pain and discomfort you have had. Hopefully the right side will now start to repair and look as good.
    Keep up the good work and make sure you are resting and chilling whenever you can. We are all good in our family and I will update Annie on how you are because she asks if there is any news on your progress. Love to all Jilly xx

  5. Mary Morphy August 20, 2013 at 8:38 am -  Reply

    Good morning Ali, just dropped Chloe off to a friend at 7am as she is going with them to watch the England ladies play cricket against Australia in one of the Ashes series of matches so I am sitting in the garden on a cool but sunny morning having a strong cup of coffee. Cleared out the shed yesterday having done the cabin the cabin last week and its all looking tidy..not for long though.
    Your leg looked completely battered but on a plus, very slim! I sincerely hope you are feeling a little more robust and the bruising is easing. I adored the picture of you holding hands with Ethan.
    Foot update..improving and I am doing exercises to try and keep it from seizing up. My cousin got married on Saturday so put on a pair of high heels (rockport Sacha black platform suade peeptoes bought from QVC) very comfy but really suffered the next day. Well worth it though..
    Well Chloe and I returned from Malvern last Monday. The Kent under 13 girls won all their matches and Chloe bowled brilliantly as you know from my tweets. My hotel was like Fawlty many patterns on walls and carpet in such a small place and where the staff do lots of different jobs.. a bit like the circus when the lady selling tickets also flies the trapeze then does a juggling act. I checked in with one of the dads whose wife was arriving in a couple of days time..we were given very strange looks and were asked whether we wanted adjoining rooms upon which we replied that was not necessary but we would be having breakfast together! Unfortunately for me my room was above the bar and I was treated to a cacophony of live music every night until midnight.very loud! They may as well have been in my room..grunge on Thursday- terrible, rock on Friday-ok but really loud but better than the band before. Then Saturday was a folk band, my worst nightmare and on Sunday was karaoke, I was sorely tempted after the 8th rendition of Why Why Why Delila to go and find Delilah and shoot her!
    Cricket again for jack and Chloe at weekend so taking advantage of free time and catching up with friends this week although I have to go to school and work on Thursday; can’t believe there is only a couple of weeks left of the school holidays. My son Jack took his science GCSE’S a year early as that is the school practice.. he isn’t confident bless him, so we shall await his results in the post but I will be proud of him whatever. I am nervous this year so goodness knows how I will be when he gets all his results next year. I can still remember getting my O and A level results…..
    Wishing you continued improvement and have a good week. Love Mary x

  6. Sue Radford August 20, 2013 at 2:40 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali,
    So pleased you’re feeling a lot better and the bruising and pain is now less severe – knowing that has brightened my day.
    A lovely photograph of you with little Ethan. It’s funny how the company of children and toddlers can lift your spirits when life around you can be stressful and difficult at times. My grand- children have given me more pleasure than anything. While it’s wonderful to see them grow and thrive, I feel time is rushing by far too quickly, and I’m always trying to find ways of spending special time with them. I’m very lucky though as the couple of holidays we’ve had with them recently have been my most enjoyable times ever! I’m one lucky Nanny (funnily enough, while you’re called Nanny Ali they call me Nanny Sue).
    Enjoy the return of this lovely weather. I hope you’ll be back on our screens real soon – take care.
    Love from Sue Radford xx

  7. Norma Smithson August 20, 2013 at 3:58 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali,
    Thrilled that although youv’e a while to go, things are on the mend and slowly but surely you’ll hopefully be back with us all.
    Gorgeous pic of you with Ethan, how nice that they came to visit, it’s amazing how the children can lift you. I know that before our two youngest grandson’s come, we are sluggish and possible feeling a bit under the weather, then the door bursts open and in they come and it’s like a ray of sunshine, and you feel much better. Went to hospital today Ali and Yippeeeee they took my large splint off and put me a small one on my thumb, so that’s progress isn’t it. When you are feeling better have you any hols planned, it would be a great pick me up for you both. Delighted that Colin seems to be getting a few gigs, that’s great and put’s his work in front of many more people. Got your question wrong, I should have gone on google, chose the champagne swizzle stick, my husband said they don’t make champagne glasses big enough for it to fit in. Hope your coming week sees you continuing to improve love take care and we’ll be with you all the way Norma xx

  8. Rhona Fenton August 20, 2013 at 7:44 pm -  Reply

    Hi Alison you are so brave and still manage to have a laugh or two:) so glad you are feeling better as each day passes and I hope you get the result you are looking for at the end off all this which will then make it all worth while:) lovely to hear you have had lot’s off family and friends round to see you, you are so much loved by us all and everyone only wishes you all the best to a speedy recovery, not only family and friends but all off Ali’s army too 🙂 did you see the bracelet on suzi’s new website dedicated to you and her other close friends? thought that was such a lovely thing to do! not sent your email yet but will get round to it soon, Rebecca back to hospital Thursday! but for now stay strong and sending all our love to you all Rhona xx

  9. Alison Keenan August 20, 2013 at 11:10 pm -  Reply

    Pauline thank you, can’t believe it’s been three weeks since I had the op, but yes definitely feeling better than I did. I hope you’re having a good week and do keep on touch, love Ali xx

  10. Geraldine White August 21, 2013 at 1:07 am -  Reply

    Hello Ali. I have wanted to send my well wishes to you so many times from you first took poorly but i’m not great with computers. But i really said now is a good time,as sadly there has been a lot of sadness @ qvc lately. But you are the ray of light for all to see. I truly wish you continued health & look forward too seeing yr beautiful smiling face back on our TV’s very very soon. Enjoy all the pampareing you deserve it. God Bless to you & yr family x

  11. Joanna Downey August 21, 2013 at 5:01 pm -  Reply

    Hello Ali, I’m so pleased to read that you’re feeling better but I was horrified by the bruising on your leg – if you’d posted a close up of this photo as a competition and asked “What is this?” I’d have said it was a Turner seascape painting… However, the other photo is lovely and the two of you look in perfect harmony. I’ve almost finished my last and biggest holiday task which is the overhaul of our morning room. It sounds grand to have a morning room but that is the name Bex gave it when she was three and used to play in the bay window because it got the morning sunshine. She had just learned the song “The Sun has got his hat on” and would sing it ON LOOP whenever she was in this room. I have decorated it many times since then but for some reason it seems to be taking much longer to get it finished this year and I’ve now had enough of paint tins and wearing tatty clothes. I have also been shopping for all things baby and my box is almost full, the variety is amazing and I sound a bit like Agnes from Despicable Me when I hug all these fluffy or soft or just gorgeous clothes and blankets and toys and thank goodness it’s almost pay day. I hope that the sunshine has lifted your spirits but hasn’t been too uncomfortable for you. I added an extra post to your last blog after I heard the news about Amica and next Wednesday I will light a candle for her and for all of you who knew and loved her. My granny used to quote Sir Walter Scott by saying “One crowded hour of glorious life is worth an age without a name” and I think Amica had a glorious life, the tragedy is that it should have been for longer. Love to you, Carpe Diem Jo x

  12. Sue Kemp August 21, 2013 at 6:00 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali
    It is good to hear that you are recovering well, I have to say I do admire your strength and fortitude with all that you have had to deal with over the past couple of years It cant have been easy to stay so positive.
    Don’t forget the Arnica gel and bath soak when you can to deal with the bruising and aches and pains. .
    wishing you well
    take care
    x Sue

  13. Julie August 21, 2013 at 6:03 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali
    You haven’t half been through the mill with the illness and so brave. I don’t know how you’ve coped through it all but hopefully now well on the mend.
    Have been to one of your favourite places today -Hay!!
    Sorry haven’t written for a while but just for a change things not going well between one thing or another (have sent you messages)but promise to write whenever I can.(but you have been in my thoughts)
    Hope your family are well. Lily’s really growing up into a lovely little girl with her own personality!!
    Speak soon and take care as always
    Julie x Lily xxxx

  14. martin forbes August 21, 2013 at 7:18 pm -  Reply

    hi alison hope you are getting better each day i am well

  15. alison keenan August 21, 2013 at 11:12 pm -  Reply

    Dear Elaine, good as always to hear from you, and I can’t quite believe that Molly is nearly a whole year old! Seems like yesterday…. and so much has happened, some of it so very sad, but it is a comfort to me, and I know many others, to have this site to write to each other on, and ‘talk’ things through – as you say, it’s like having our own little family here 🙂 I hope you are enjoying your time with your three gorgeous grandchildren, and are getting the chance to be out and about in the sunshine. Keep in touch, and thanks again for writing, love Ali xx

  16. alison keenan August 21, 2013 at 11:17 pm -  Reply

    Hi Angela, interesting choice of books – My friend Jo’s partner Simon has a cat called Bob – I think it’s bound to be a good read. I’m a third of the way through a lovely story called ‘You Before Me’.. wasn’t sure if I’d get on with is as it’s about a young man who is seriously injured in a road accident, but it is beautifully written, and I am enjoying it… Have written three chapters now of my own book, so feel quite pleased with that 🙂 Enjoy Polperro, and yes I feeling a lot less bruised and sore – still in the corset though but doing OK. You take care and I hope your have a wonderful break – lovely to hear from you, and thanks for continually keeping in touch, love Ali xx

  17. alison keenan August 21, 2013 at 11:20 pm -  Reply

    Dear Jilly always good to hear from you, and I’m so glad that Annie continues to improve – please do pass on my best to her. Yes, the legs were pretty bad, but apparently the consultant found a ‘lot of fat’!! Still incredibly sore on inside of thighs, and very lumpy and tender on my tummy, but keeping up with the corset, and counting the days… Not seeing the consultant until third week in September, so the right side has time to settle down.. don’t think I could bear to be told it needs more fat..will cross that bridge when we get to it. Movement of arm so much easier and pain free though now on the left it will all have been worth it 🙂 Hope you’re getting a chance to enjoy this beautiful weather, and will look forward to hearing from you again soon, love to you and Annie, Ali xx

  18. alison keenan August 21, 2013 at 11:26 pm -  Reply

    Mary I have done very little today, but feel positively exhausted reading through your comment! Where on earth do you find the energy from?! You must have the tidiest, best decorated, and well organised home/garden in the country! And you keep up with the incredible cricketing schedule too – you’re a marvel! Did make me laugh about the hotel you stayed in… I remember once feeling extremely embarrassed when I had to visit a hotel to interview the late Adam Faith… I thought there would be a quiet area of the lounge we could sit, but I was escorted up to his bedroom, where we did the whole interview with him in his dressing gown!! He was utterly charming and very twinkly I seem to remember 🙂 I don’t envy your the noise when you were trying to sleep. You really should have bought some of those foam rubber ear defenders! They do work 😀 Can’t believe it’s GCSE result time again, and I wish your Jack the very best – I too remember the O and CSE results coming through….37 years ago!! Try and have a little ‘me’ time won’t you Mary? Thanks for writing though and keeping us all entertained – your comments are always a good read 🙂 Love Ali xx

  19. alison keenan August 21, 2013 at 11:30 pm -  Reply

    Dear Sue, I am so glad that you are getting to spend plenty of time with your grandchildren. My mum worked full time when we lived in Shropshire and the children were small, so we rarely saw her, and then of course we moved to Bedfordshire, and they grew up, and as you say… the years just fly by! It’s the best way to build a relationship with them when they’re small, and I’m sure they find the holidays with you equally special – here’s to plenty more! We’re hoping to see little Ethan again this weekend, and this time I should be up for a cuddle – too bruised before! 🙂 Take care, and thanks for your kind words – I’m definitely improving, and feeling a little stronger each day. With love, Ali xx

  20. alison keenan August 21, 2013 at 11:35 pm -  Reply

    Norma FAB news about the splint coming off the thumb – progress indeed, and it’ll be so much easier to improve now you’ve a little more movement. You’re absolutely right about the little ones lifting your spirit – and I have to say the older ones too! I love it when we have a house full, and everyones talking together and laughing…. I can nip off for a nap, and when I come down they’re still here and happy 🙂 Not sure if Colin and I will get the chance to get away, but we hope to have a couple of quiet days before I head back to work…still a bit tricky to sit comfortably in the corset, but I’m doing OK 🙂 It’s a shame you didn’t get the answer right, but you can tell your husband I have champagne glasses PLENTY big enough for this as a swizzle stick! 🙂 Keep getting better, and do keep in touch,thanks Norma, love ALi xx

  21. alison keenan August 21, 2013 at 11:38 pm -  Reply

    Dear Rhona, good to hear from you, and thanks for updating me re Suzy. Have been unsuccessful in getting in touch with her just lately, but I had heard through the grapevine that she is doing really well with her new jewellery range – she deserves to, it’s beautiful. I’ll look out for the dedication – how kind 🙂 I will wish Rebecca well for Thursday, and hope that you and Colin are doing OK and seeing some of this lovely sunshine. Take care, love Ali xx

  22. alison keenan August 21, 2013 at 11:43 pm -  Reply

    My dear Geraldine, thank you so much for writing to me… I am glad that you have read the blogs, but am even more touched that you decided to comment… You are right, such sadness with losing both Beulah and Amica… I still find it hard to believe…I hold onto my memories of them both, and continue to take each day as it comes… Your sweet words have made me smile though, and I hope to be back with you as soon as I am able. God Bless to you and your family too, love Ali xx

  23. Christine August 22, 2013 at 12:49 pm -  Reply

    hi Ali did not know you were back in hospital again. get well soon.
    love Christine

  24. Barbara Corbett August 22, 2013 at 4:05 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali have not emailed you before but have followed you on email . I was told I had breast cancer just before Christmas 2009 so I can understand what you have been throug . You have had more problems then emit seems hope you are feeling better and will be back on air soon Love Barbara

  25. Sandra Gregory August 22, 2013 at 7:00 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali, glad to hear you are feeling a bit better. I look forward to resting your blog, they interesting and I have to say you are such an inspirational lady. Take care xxx

  26. Alpa August 22, 2013 at 9:01 pm -  Reply

    My dear Ali,
    Thank you so much for your kind words and understanding, which makes all the difference. I love the photograph of you and Ethan, it’s very sweet. However, I was not happy at your brightly hued leg, which had me reaching for the arnica, propolis and musclease at once! The hard lumps on your tummy and thighs sound incredibly painful and the corset seems to be in a league of it’s own. How on earth did women wear them as a matter of course before?! So pleased that you have had visitors at home and hope you enjoy some time away with Colin before being back at work.
    I didn’t say anything over the last year, knowing that some of Ali’s Army have been through incredibly difficult times and not wanting to add to that. Although this last year has been something else, I hope never to revisit the previous two and a half years prior to that! I was also very sad at the lack of support from family and ‘friends’ and after 18 years my patience has worn a little thin!
    The problem here is that most of the people responsible for maintaining the current attitude to M.E. work for the medical and health insurance industry, who are not happy at the thought of having to pay out for a lifelong illness. They advise government departments including the DWP who specifically target people with M.E, and they have influenced the NICE or as I call them NOT
    NICE guidelines!
    The good news is in spite of this and lack of government funding into biomedical research, research is being carried out in other countries. At present, clinical drug trials are running in the US and Norway, which is hopeful. I’ve decided that although doctors/consultants may not like being questioned, there has to be someone somewhere who is able to help. That’s my plan!
    Love to Debz & Ainzley, Una, Helen, Magda, Marg and all in Ali’s Army x
    Love and thanks to Sue and Elaine for your kind words x
    Ali, hope you get to see little Ethan this weekend and have your cuddle 🙂
    Lots of love,
    Alpa xxx

  27. Tricia Coulson-wood August 22, 2013 at 9:15 pm -  Reply

    Hello Alison,It’s lovely to hear that you are improving daily. I think the bruising reaches its peak at about this time and should start to change colour and dissipate rapidly quite soon. I do not know anyone who courts such pain but at times despite all the pre warned knowledge that it will be painful it will be worth it in the long term.
    I am pleased to hear also that Jillys daughter Annie is getting back her strength and vitality.It is keeping me going at the moment to hear of her improving condition as my own daughter is feeling extreme fatigue and low energy her last bloods showed her white cell count is very low.Is it to be expected?.Its no 5 chemotherapy session next Friday the 30th of Aug, my birthday.The last one is the 20th of September, the following weekI I am having a coffee morning to raise funds
    for the Macmillan nurses but I shall host it with my daughter Jan on the Saturday 28th as everyone I know works Friday’s .Lots of love and good energy to you all.Tricia.x

  28. angela white August 23, 2013 at 12:39 pm -  Reply

    dear tricia im sorry to hear your daughter is feeling poorly my blood counts were low too (I had bc in 2008) and had to give myself injections in tummy area to build up again luckily it worked or its a blood transfusion I think this is normal shows treatment is working! try not to worry hope this helps x

  29. Alpa August 23, 2013 at 3:42 pm -  Reply

    Dear Captain Ali,
    I thought to hi-jack Elaine’s most appropriate title as it made me smile 🙂 Hope you are taking it easy and just want to leave a message for Janet, Jilly and Tricia and wish them and their families all the best.
    Lots of Love, Alpa xxx

  30. martin forbes August 23, 2013 at 8:03 pm -  Reply

    hi alison hope you and your family are well

  31. Alison Keenan August 27, 2013 at 11:00 pm -  Reply

    Christine, thank you for your kindness. I’m out of hospital and deffinitely on the mend now. I do hope all is well with you, love Ali xx

  32. Alison Keenan August 27, 2013 at 11:02 pm -  Reply

    Dear Barbara, so glad to hear that you are well after your diagnosis, and it was vey kind of you to take the time to write to me. I am definitely feeling a lot better than I did, and hope to be back with you as soon as I’m able. Stay well, love Ali x

  33. Alison Keenan August 27, 2013 at 11:08 pm -  Reply

    My dear Alpa, so good to hear you sounding so positive and with a plan too! I very much hope that all your efforts and insistence will pay off. At least with a couple of countries already working towards understanding this disease better, I am hopeful that you won’t have to wait too much longer for some relief… Stay strong and know that all of The Army is here for you 🙂 …. Oh, and I did see little Ethan on Sunday just gone.,he called me Nanny again which made my day. Love Ali xx

  34. Loretta gardner August 27, 2013 at 11:15 pm -  Reply

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!….for my name being pulled out of the hat as the winner of the gorgeous Laura Geller goodies!!! A lovely surprise indeed, thank you. Pleased I made you laugh Ali!! You’re amazing, absolutely amazing. Much love loretta xx

  35. Alison Keenan August 27, 2013 at 11:16 pm -  Reply

    My dear Tricia, I am sorry to hear that your daughter is struggling with fatigue, but altho it’s not much help to know I can assure you that it is perfectly normal for her to be feeling fatigued… Chemo has an accumulative effect, but what is incredible is how quickly the body repairs the damage the chemo has done to the healthy cells. I wish you both all the very best this Friday, and know that once the 20th September has been and gone you can put this behind you, and she will be in the mend – as myself and Jilly’s Annie were too :). I wish you all the very best with your Macmillan coffee morning, and please do give my very best to Jan… This is the hardest bit.. Stay strong, and know that she has been given her best chance. Love to you both, Ali xx

  36. Alison Keenan August 27, 2013 at 11:17 pm -  Reply

    Hi Alpa – Loving Captain Ali! You are kind, and I’m sure the girls all appreciate your kindness too. Take care of yourself xxx

  37. Alison Keenan August 27, 2013 at 11:21 pm -  Reply

    Dear Martin, nice to hear from you, and yes we’re all doing well. Lucy is away for a short break before term starts, and we’re seeing Jack for lunch tomorrow. Sam has been offroading in his jeep at the weekend, but now has some repairs to make, altho he had fun! Do hope all is good with you, love Ali x

  38. jill rycroft September 2, 2013 at 1:52 pm -  Reply

    Hi Alison
    Just thought you deserved a special treat – hint to Colin – so try Afternoon Tea at the Ritz. I remember you being horrified when Glen Campbell mentioned it on one of the Centigrade shows but believe me it’s fabulous. I was treated to a visit for a belated birthday present last week end and it was everything I hoped it would be. The surroundings were sumptuous, silver tea service, china crockery, and all the trimmings and most of all not at all stuffy, really friendly staff who made sure you wanted for nothing.
    Go on Alison, make it a girlie do with your firends from QVC, perhaps a tribute to Ammica.

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