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October 31, 2008

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karen

You are having fun! Did you also do the multi figures? And where are those tombstones; there has got to be a story behind them. Happy Halloween!

Elsita :)

OH MARGIE!!!
You have made my laugh!!! This is sooo wonderful!! What a great way to celebrate Halloween this morning!!!! These pictures are the best with all the pumpkins characters!!!
I wanted to let you know that today Diego went to school wearing his king cape and the felt crown that you sent him as a present. HE LOOKS ADORABLE!!
I will have to take some pictures later when he comes back.
Have a great day my friend!!!
Elsita :)

Hannah

I LOVE the one with the cat's paws, my kitty is curled up pretending to be oblivious of Halloween tonight but I bet she'll be up to mischief later!
Happy Halloween!

Jennifer

How fun! You're so creative, ours are just on the porch, that's all I could muster. Have fun tonight!

Maiz

How fun! I love the sideways and upside down ones, and the surprised one looking at the broken one. These are great.

mayaluna

I love each one... this took so much work and love. It's so obvious how much delight you take in leading your life and sharing your whimsical ways with all of us eager readers... friends! That expression on the one stuck between to fallen branches had me giggling:)

NanaBeast

Margie,

I have been very ill with the flu for over two weeks...I can't express how good it was to see this great surprise. I especially love "your" headstone.

Your woods are SO beautiful at all times of the year, at least through YOUR lens!

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