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Wordless Wednesday #63

>> Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Traditional Holiday Decoration 
(and no, we don't have kids)



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11 comments:

Jen Forbus 12/15/2010 6:47 AM  

hehehehe! That's great!

Carey 12/15/2010 9:34 AM  

That is awesome - I have the snowman and Christmas Tree. But I do not recall seeing the man i red and his reindeer.

(psst - I don't have kids either) ;-)

Topiary Lady 12/15/2010 1:44 PM  

Had to show my 9 year old son. He loved it. Thanks for sharing! ; )

Bookfool 12/15/2010 4:13 PM  

Haha! That is too cute!

Eleanor 12/15/2010 5:30 PM  

This actually elicited a smile from me. You know that means something.

Les 12/15/2010 7:17 PM  

Too cute!!

BTW, have you seen the uniforms the Ducks are going to wear in the final game? Very slick!!

Susan 12/17/2010 10:24 AM  

LOL - We have a Lego advent calendar, Lego village set, Lego Christmas tree ornaments, etc. but we have 4 kids, 5 if you count my husband (which I do). So fun!

Merry Christmas!

SuziQoregon 12/21/2010 1:56 PM  

Thanks everyone - we've had this thing for ages and it just makes me giggle every year when we pull it out of the box. Our dearly departed big ol' Maine Coon cat used to go over about once a day, reach up to knock the reindeer over and walk away. He seemed to prefer the reindeer lying down.

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