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September 26, 2010

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notSupermum

I'm really looking forward to reading about this Rosie, because as you say it must have been a life-changing experience. x

Josie

Cannot WAIT to read more. So, so lovely to see some photos!

*takes up excited ears-eyes-open listening position*

xxxxx

Liz (LivingwithKids)

Such an amazing experience to have had - can't wait to hear all about it. Fab photos x

Erica

Looking forward to hearing how the trip went.

Emily O

What an experience, really looking forward to reading about it!

Kate

Oh. Wow!

Can't wait to read more.

Linda

Amazing. Can't wait to read more.

MuddynoSugar

Wowser lady - off to leave a virtual kiss... looking forward to hearing about the whole trip.

Rosie Scribble

Thanks Muddy, you'll be able to send a virtual kiss very soon - the site goes live in the next day or so. Mwah, in the meantime!

BECKICKLESIE

I'm tuned into Rosie Scribble. Can't wait to read more.

Becca x

TheMadHouse

Sounds amazing, I have been waiting to here all about this - looking forward to it

New Mummy

How amazing, can't wait to find out more. I'm so proud to be involved again this year and proud of you x

Preseli Mags

I have always wondered about the '1 pack = 1 vaccine'. I'm delighted to read about the good work that it is doing. How brilliant that you are able to tell us all about this. I can't wait to read more.

Sandy Calico

Well done you, Rosie. Looking forward to reading all about it. So sorry I can't make it tomorrow x

Jo Beaufoix

So proud of you and can't wait to hear more Rosie. And what gorgeous pics. x

jfb57

I never realised! Looking forward to hearing how successful the campaign has been!

Susan Mann

What amazing photos and an amazing trip. Can't wait to read more. x

nixdminx

Well done on your trip - I will keep reading about it. I met Unicef earlier this week at a conference and they were lovely. It seems like NGOs have really got the blogging bug doesn't it? It looks great.

Rosie Scribble

Thanks Eva. I'm slightly biased of course but I think UNICEF are absolutely wonderful and the work they do, like all the big charities, is simply fantastic. I'll be supporting them for life.

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