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Did you buy enough candy?

by Bobby Blair
November 1, 2017

A few shots from last night folks, it never gets old. The first treaters arrived just after 6:20 pm and the last an hour later when I ran out of candy. I thought I had enough with 96 pieces.

All you say about this photo is --- Cute!

 

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Thanks! I love these! The tree! All of them so creative :) I don't 'get kids' so this was a treat!

- kate | 11/1/17 12:18 PM

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