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January 16, 2013

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sheri

Did you forget one red ornament on the tree? Thought I saw a red ball in the tree when it was being tossed :)

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Margaret

I love it! lol! So cute! And you do not cackle. So there.

Phyllis

Very funny!

Sharon

You guys are too funny!

Becca

What a fun family! Don't feel bad about the tag, I just looked out of my glass front door last night and saw that the tag is still tucked behind my winter wreath!

Joann09

Minnie Pearl used to leave the tag on her hat..... Just sayin.....you guys are nuts! But that's why we love you so much! Ya'll have fun no matter what you do!!!
LLLY!!!

Margaret K.

what a fun family i thought i saw a red ornament but i read your post.

Sheryl

you have the funniest stories and I thought you also forgot a bulb, hoping not. Looks like they had fun throwing the tree. More memories

Leslie

Too funny! At least your tree lasted. We had to take ours down the day after Christmas. It was dropping needles so badly. You could just watch them fall off. LOL! Never had a tree that did this before. And we cut it down at a tree farm.

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