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Looking For Their Names

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What every toddler needs! For just a dollar from the $ store it provides a full half hour’s worth of fun at a time! Use it as a hat, use it as a boat, use it to put toys in and have even more fun dumping them out, play peek-a-boo or choo-choo train, the possibilities are unlimited as your child’s imagination. It even provides a small layer of protection when they walk around with it on their head and run in to the door.

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It was a dark and windy night so Stormy stayed inside.

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[That poor curtain – I really need to get a different type of rod.]

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If you have a WW on your blog, and would like another link to help your stats, just leave me a comment with your link and I will start a list in this post.

  1. Pink & Blue Girls Blog
  2. 4Seasons
  3. Three Peas in a Pod
  4. You can be next!

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My 4 year old and his dad put together this model 2 nights ago.

It would be a nicer picture with a brilliant blue sky, but we have to take what we are given.

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Masanutten Peak in Virginia, USA. Elevation 2920 feet

Following are excerpts from Shenandoah at War:

Confederate observers on Signal Knob at the north tip of Massanutten Mountain were in a position to view battles and movements in three counties throughout the Civil War.

The terrain explains why some of the largest and most significant battles of the Valley’s 1862 and 1864 campaigns occurred within sight of Signal Knob.

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