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Thrills and Chills—Halloween Style

Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:08 PM in ,




A smile a day :)

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15 Comments


How funny, Claudia. Thank you for the laughs!
Enjoy your evening! Hugs x


@Eva - I am happy I made you laugh!!


What a great idea for a post my friend! Won't be long now til Halloween. These did make me smile.


@Diane - thank you :) Well yes time to cook some more pumpkin!


Love it! Thanks for sharing :)


These are great. I think my favourite one is the basketball one :-)


Pure awesome!

Happy Halloween!

Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com/


LOL...That was fun!


I love that little Martha Stewart. I once saw her make her own marshmallows on TV! Marshmallows!!


Ha - thats awesome. Love the lazy twins and the thank you card one.

Hi Claudia!


@Jenn - thanks for the idea!
@Sarah - well it is funny!
@Kathy - Happy Halloween as well!
@Darlene - happy :)
@Belle - honest? she is amazing! I bought this holiday book and it is very inspirational!
@Michelle - happy thoughts!


"So what if he's a basketball, We're in love!" Hahaha!
Thank, Claudia for the giggles!


@Beachlover - glad you like it :)


It's been just an ugly day in Michigan and then I opened up this blog, which somehow, I had missed. Big smiles now and even a little chuckle! I'm a Martha fan, and I am sure she has done this very thing.
:)


@Jo - happy for your smile, hope Sunday is sunnier!

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