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Well hello there

by ysoldateague November 01, 2009

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Apparently I’ve completely forgotten how to blog regularly, but I do have a plan to cure that – once again I’m going to attempt to blog every day in November – wish me luck! I’ll need it – things aren’t going to get any less busy around here anytime soon.
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I hope you had a fun Halloween last night, with a book to get to the printers asap I skipped Halloween this year to work on the layout. Much as I love it, the book is more important, and anyway, my favourite part is the dressing up – and all the crafting that I really feel aught to go along with it. You’ve probably already seen pictures, seeing as it was weeks ago, but I think I had enough costume making fun to be going on with making my Bob (Bobsolda!) mascot costume for Rhinebeck. It was so much fun!

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