Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Retro Wednesday....


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Hi Everybody...
This is going to be a very cheesy Retro-Wednesday!
There are lots of great car incentives out there, and business has been Rockin with the end of the month upon us, and I have been way too busy to think about being creative. So here's the deal!
About a year ago the beautiful, talented, and very smart Doctor Mona, sent me a gift! Now I knew that she resided in Agra India, the "home" of The Taj Mahal, and that it was very old, but I didn't think that it was so small!!!
But it was the thought that counted, so I Love It!!!
She's a sweet thing, visit her at The Two Bits, or click on Mona on my sidebar.
Peace...!!!

15 comments:

Me said...

Hey, I didn't realize that you were in the car biz...

I just signed on the dotted line tonight myself, will be picking up a spiffy new ride tomorrow. Yipee! :)
-C

Brian Miller said...

hmm...you could probably save us all airfare to visit and just pass it around...lol.

so its a good month?

clean and crazy said...

that is a great post, i won't be needing any wine with my cheese!!

Thom said...

Woot. Now I don't need the air fare to visit. I can just come here. :)

Mona said...

:D, I like one of your labels to this post! its so apt! :D

moondustwriter said...

Glad to hear business has kept you busy. Hope July is a great month as well.

wish I could join Me in a spiffy new ride

thanks G for always entertaining and enlightening us

Eric Alder said...

The Taj Mahal was built in Agra, India, as a monument to Mumtaz Mahal, the favorite wife of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan.

("Taj Mahal" was derived from her name)

Construction of the tomb began in 1632 and employed more than 20,000 laborers for 20 years.

secret agent woman said...

Love grows best in little houses.

Akelamalu said...

Oh that is beautiful, as is Mona. :)

buffalodick said...

I've been reading Mona since forever! Nice gift!

Mama Zen said...

That is so pretty!

drybottomgirl said...

Glad to hear the economy gave you a little upswing this month. I love the Taj Mahal, it truly is a wonder even on a small scale.....

ilovecats said...

wow you like cars

Serena said...

Hmmm. It's a petite little home, but quite beautiful.:)

lime said...

totally sweet.