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October 10, 2008


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I love love Sparky. A girl after my own heart.

Chesapeake Bay Woman

That's it. Tell Sparky her long-lost aunt has been found and understands completely.

I'm sorry it's taken this long.

Gubby aka ijefff

Seems to me that Sparky should get some Beano as a Hanukkah gift. http://www.beanogas.com/


My mom is Jewish. Was there a card or something I was supposed to have sent her in honour of this holiday?

Crap...I am so behind.


Oh I love Sparky, it's important to keep the right perspective. ho,ho, ha-ha, hee-he.

I'm going to jinx myself by saying "maybe life has settled down and I can pop in more often to enjoy your blog." hugs, ang.


Shana Tova -- the perfect end to my high holy days reading this post was -- have a wonderful new year mine (5769) or yours early (2009) if you prefer.

KD @ A Bit Squirrelly

It's the thought that counts, right? My 5 yo is a kiss up so I am sure it would be something along the lines of I'm sorry that I didn't pick up my toys the first five times and from now on I wil pick them up the first time becuas I lov eyou SO much blah bla blah


heh! you know, you made a great start :-) i, for one, know i'll be sorry next year for spending yom kippur on Toy Story Mania at disneyworld when i should have been in synagogue. i have spent a few yom kippur holidays in weird places, thanks to my recovering catholic spouse's planning (one year, i fasted in a ballpark in cleveland.)

i'm honored :-)

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