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Are you signed up for the Chickens in the Road newsletter? The August edition is coming soon! To sign up and see sample newsletters, go here!

The August newsletter includes, by request, photos of me modeling the apron I made. Plus! Two MORE aprons! So many aprons, so little time. Er, so little photos…. I love taking pictures, don’t love to be in them. But, just for you, because you asked, there’s a whole slew of them in this month’s newsletter. Don’t miss it! It might be ten years before I post another photo of myself!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 28, 2010  

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  1. 8-28
    11:21
    am

    WOW! An apron AND pants???? ;)

  2. 8-28
    11:24
    am

    I know!!!!!!!!!! Shocking!

  3. 8-28
    11:37
    am

    I just love the way that apron dresses up those boots. (NO, really! I’m not being sarcastic!) :happyflower:

    Can hardly wait to receive the newsletter!

  4. 8-28
    12:11
    pm

    And what’s wrong with this outfit?

  5. 8-28
    2:59
    pm

    I know what most of the chore boots and apron photos of you remind me of–a cartoon that used to be on TV about 10 years ago. The “children” were a chicken and a cow. The parents were only shown from the waist down.
    Get this, the cartoon was called “Cow and Chicken”.

    Here’s one episode on Metacafe: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/1241311/cow_and_chicken/
    There’s a 15 second Macy’s bra ad before the cartoon.

  6. 8-28
    4:59
    pm

    Thankyou for sharing picture, I feel the same way about pictures! But getting to see all the aprons will be wonderful…thanks again! :shimmy:

  7. 8-28
    7:01
    pm

    we would like to see the WHOLE apron!! (while being worn)

  8. 8-28
    9:03
    pm

    What an adorable photo! I love it!! Can’t wait to see more aprons, too.

  9. 8-30
    7:15
    am

    I could not get the newseletter to work.

  10. 8-30
    7:17
    am

    Glenie, what do you mean, to work? Would it not open or what?

  11. 8-30
    8:07
    am

    I received the newsletter and everything was fine. Even the pictures of you modeling the aprons appeared and I opened several hyperlinks. Another wonderful monthly newsletter, I might add. Thank you!

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