Comment: Your children are so beautiful
I also have 2 daughters ( 34 and 29 ) and a son in the middle ( 32) When I saw yours they minded me mine at that age .How happy and proud they look when they finished the puzzles !!
Comment: Thanks for the lovely letter. I promise I will get back to you but I am SOOOOO far behind I'm not sure I will ever catch up. My problem is that I will send out 6 in one day and all of a sudden I get 6 in the mail and I'm back to being behind. Your travels sound amazing. I'm quite jealous. I'll speak to you more about my dreams to travel. Huggles to you, your hubby and the babies. :)
Comment: â™¥ Thank you so much for the picture of your book you were reading at the time of this swap. I apologize in advance for the incredibly late rating and wanted to thank you for taking the time to send me this swap back in December. I have no idea what was going on that I totally missed rating everyone on this swap.
Comment: Thank you Kimberley! I enjoyed stepping into your life in El Salvador. Your family sounds lovely, I hope you are feeling better and happy belated birthday! (My brother's B'day is 27 Dec also! :)
Response: Thanks so much. I'm feeling so much better and it was a great month. I'm glad you enjoyed
Comment: I'm so sorry for the late rating... Thank you so much for sending to me! Wish I could give more hearts... Thank you also for understanding and helping me with things I needed to know! 100 HEARTS
Comment: Thanks for sharing! It was really interesting to get to know more about your Christmas, loved that you described in detail what you do for Christmas :) It was quite different than it is here. I wish you and your family all the best for 2017!
Comment: Wow your collections are really cool and meaningful- it's really a way of preserving the memories of your travels and your family! Japan sounds like a great trip! I have not been there but I have been to London and to Panama. I love how you add the stamps and postcards into your journal- I have added some used postage stamps into my smashbooks here and there, but I might try your idea of filling a whole page with stamps- looks really good!
Comment: Hello fellow December baby! Really enjoyed receiving your letter and reading a little about you and your family! Hope the end of 2016 is good to you and your little ones! P.S. - You sound like an amazing mom! :)
Response: Thanks so much, that's really kind of you
Comment: Thank you for your letter....that too bad there isn't any trick or treating where you live :( I love halloween and I love passing out candy! I loved your doodles around the letter too..especially Alice....Thank you!
Response: Thank you for the rating and heart. I'm glad you enjoyed your letter, it was a nice swap
Comment: I found your answers entertaining, even though we have different opinions.
Pretty much all the answers you started "I think EVERYONE will obviously answer this way," I had answered the other way. Made me giggle. It takes all kinds to make a world. Anyway, thanks for a fun swap. :)
Response: Haha I suppose that's what makes it more fun when we have different opinions about things
Comment: Kim! CONGRATULATIONS on beautiful Paige! I hope your labour went smoothly! Thank you for sharing these gorgeous pictures. Chloe does look very proud big sister and she is very beautiful also. I hope Paige is a happy and easy baby for you. Enjoy the rest of your week
Response: Thank you so much for your rating and kind words
Comment: Thank you for following and liking some of my instagram pics. The Prince Tribute soap batch I scented with Lavender essential oil with a touch of lemongrass essential oil. I smells wonderful as it cures.
Comment: Thanks for the email! I enjoyed reading g your answers! Have you watched Into the Woods movie??!! I like it, its a singing movie!! And I love Burlesque as well and I have never seen Moulin Rouge ;)
Comment: Thanks for sharing! I am also a fan of Dr. Pepper, but Pepsi is still my #1 soft drink. I wear glasses and everyone asks why I don't wear contacts. Not sure if I could actually put them in my eyes.
Comment: Japan is such a wonderful country, I feel jealous seeing your pictures! :D I also took a look at your Instagram and it really made me miss Japan, but in a good way so thank you :) I hope the kids enjoyd the trip, too!
Comment: Hi Kimberley! I am sorry this rating is so late! I became so disorganized toward the end of last year with the holidays and such but I am tackling my pile now and I wanted to say thank you for your answers! Happy Swapping!
Comment: So sorry that I fell through on this one, It completely escaped my attention until I remembered about Swap-bot recently and signed myself in. I don't expect any change in rating, I did horribly.
Comment: Thanks for your nice comment :) Actually, I'm a very boring person in real life :P I did have fun swapping here until I've been rated with 1 >.< Then, the fun seems to lessen a bit.. Well, whatever it is, happy swapping! ^_^
Comment: dear kimberley. i love the way you wrote short description of every photos. i think you deserve a heart for me. please send my warmest greetings to your family. all my best, sekar langit pamungkas (indonesia)
Comment: So sorry your letter got lost, and thank you so so very much for sending one by e-mail to make up for it! Who knows, maybe the letter will turn up one day after all? I'll let you know if it does :-)
Comment: Thank you for the list. I love Jodi Picoult though I have not picked up one of her books in years. Have you read Keeping Faith or Salem Falls (I think that is the title)? Those stand out as very good to me. She's an awesome writer. I have not ready The Storyteller. I need to check it out. Thank you!
Comment: Thanks for sharing! I will have to check out Picoult's work. I haven't read any of it before. I was hesitant to try Robyn Carr before but now I'm in love with her writing, so one never knows! Thanks again!
Comment: Thanks for the nice letter, the cats were really cute :D Congrats n the new apartment! (i'm stupid busy at the moment and my new job starts next weekend so at the moment I can't promise I'd be a good penpal :/)
Comment: hi! sorry for the late rating, I didn't notice you mail ended in the junk mail..thank goodness I didn't empty them!
thanks for your answers! I had fun reading and I can relate to them (I also wanna be a vet when I was young)
Comment: Thank you!:) You had listed many things I would also want to do like be in a hot air balloon or swim with dolphins:) You had also listed so many things I do quite often:D Like wear odd socks, read a book in a day, sleep all day or donate blood:)
Comment: Thank you for the very interesting letter! I'm super excited to receive a stamp from El Salvador! I'm not looking for a penpal right now but I really appreciate the great letter I received from you.
Comment: Hi Kim, Thanks for stopping by again. Keep crafting, even tho' they are little. When mine were little I crafted for them...hair bows, painted on their clothes. They loved it and it kept me creative.
Comment: Thanks for the glimpse into your life. What a culture change that must have been moving from England. My husband moved from England to Canada. We sometimes have to laugh--same language and we still don't understand each other.
Response: Thanks, I'm glad you liked the pictures. The cultural change is pretty big but I'm getting used to it. The weather and language barrier are big changes
Comment: Thank you for the list. I had read some of your list and have some in my to-read -list already but I'll be checking the other ones! The thought behind the book by Robin Cooks is really discusting. We had a chat once about the book while having burgers in a restaurant ... :D