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17 April 2013

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Suzonne

Danielle, apricots and chocolate sound great! I'll have to try that. Thanks for the idea!

Suzonne

Thanks, Greg! And you're right - I think next month will mark 17 years in total. God, there is NO WAY I'm that old! :)

Danielle

Happy Anniversary! Funny, I just made these very scones this weekend. My husband declared them the best he's ever had and I've made a lot of scones :) I'm a sucker for anything almond, so I'll have to add a drop or 2 next time! I added dried apricots and mini chocolate chips to mine.

Greg Bulmash

Congrats on 14 years. And a few years of dating before that if I recall correctly.

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