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November 15, 2008

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joann TX

how creative! i'd never have been able to look at the snowman basket and come up with the door decor you did! great idea!

i do know if i had let my Max have the snow man, he'd be dead with all his innerds all over the floor - and in max's stomach! your friday's a pretty smart pooch!

audrey

sick . sick. I wish I had the TINIEST bit of the creativity that you have....trade a boob for it?! LOL!!! LLLLY! (I wanted that snowman......)

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