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Flip Flop Exchange

A few weeks ago, I took part in a flip flop exchange with friends from The Texas Darlings.  And I received mine today – from Nancy in Dallas, TX.  

She sent me an adorable pair of flip flops and also included various post cards and a Dallas Magnet.  Nancy doesn’t know this, but I have roots in Texas too! 🙂  So the blue bonnets, the chili and the city skyline are all familiar to me.  They remind me of my childhood and early adulthood. 🙂 
Aren’t my new flip flops cute?! 🙂  Thanks so much Nancy!  You can learn more about Nancy by checking out her blog here and see how she made out in the exchange. My flip flops are being sent to Kelli so check her blog soon to see how she likes my finds..:) 
Thanks for hosting the exchange Becca!  I’ll definitely take part if you do this again. 

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    July 6, 2009 at 5:01 am

    Yay!! I am so, so glad you like them! You seem very stylish, so I was nervous and am relieved you like them. They look cute on your feet! 🙂 It's been so fun reading your blog!

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    July 6, 2009 at 5:03 am

    OOPS! The above comment is me, signed in incorrectly!

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    Christie in Dallas, TX
    July 9, 2009 at 2:37 am

    Oh, those flip-flops are cute! I'm glad you got Nancy's package — she's such a sweet girl, and I am lucky to know her and live close by! Come back to Dallas and visit us, Kenz!


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    ♥ Kenz ♥
    July 9, 2009 at 5:41 am

    Hahaha Nancy…I have the same problem (signing in with the wrong name) sometimes. 🙂 We just can't get enough of Google, can we? 😉

    I do love them…thanks again…so much! And thanks to Becca for having the awesome idea.

    Christie, I love Texas…always will. I'll be relatively close next time I visit Oklahoma City..:)

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    Becca @ The Texas Darlings
    July 9, 2009 at 2:52 pm

    Yay!! I am so excited to see all these posts about flip flops!! And I am so glad to see that you received yours!! So cute!!


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