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July 07, 2010


Autumn Clark

Wishing you all the best in your new adventure. Keep up your amazing attitude and you will find just what's perfect for your next step.
~ Autumn Clark
PS. Check our the gypsy wagon transformation here:


I was a gypsy for 17 years...(Navy spouse) I still am, but we haven't moved in awhile...ssshhh!

I love being on the road and moving on, but I love having roots as well and tending them in my garden!
Set a course for winds of fortune, carry on...(Carry on my Wayward Sun)~Kansas


Oh how I would ♥ to see your gypsy wagon all Pattyfied...go for it! Hugs to Ralph the gypsy dog.


Wow! What an adventure! How exciting your life is! I wonder where you will end up next. Don't you feel a little tug leaving the house you've worked so hard on?
I love the idea of a Gypsy Wagon. I've entertained the same idea myself for years.


You are A M A Z I N G!


Gypsy Wagons rock! We recently saw a wagon from the 1940's for sale at an auto swap meet, man, if those walls could talk! Best of luck on this new adventure!

Brooks Ann Miller

Wow, Patty, you are one brave woman! Can't wait to see what amazing transformation you perform on the gypsy wagon...


you go girl...touch that gypsy wagon with your magik wand!! ;)


OMG...I did't know that you were fixing up your kitchen for resale Patty! Can't wait to see what you do with the Gypsy Wagon. What did you do with all your art supplies? Wishing you all the best in your next adventure, fondly, Roberta

Bobbie Lynn Duran

Wow Patty. Wishing you all the best.


In my dreams, I ride with you! Two gipsies in a wagon, art journaling and talking and sipping tea and drinking wine and stopping places and hoarding stuff (uhhhmmm, how big did you say the wagon is?) Aaaah... I wish you a wonderful journey to the horizon and beyond! Keep us posted!

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