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RE: ok- this is just unbelievable

I am sure next year will be outrageous at your place :) Seems when they take
a year off...look out the next one!


> Donna,
>   That is soo adorable!  How sweet nature can be!  Can  relate to the
> Christmas stuff being up, we just got our tree in the family room  down
> about three
> weeks ago!
> I can also relate to the Front yard decorations!  DH had purchased  over 9
> animated reindeer and lights galore (mind you we already had lights
> galore)
> Although he did not decorate the front yard this year as he was  pretty
> po'd
> about Mr. Rogers (Ceramic Lawn Frog that walked across the bridge of  the
> pond
> toting a fishing rod) being stolen from the yard.  But now that  after 7
> months
> Mr. Rogers was returned, I suspect he will make up for the lost
> Christmas!!
> ;)
> Holli
> LI, NY

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