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Wordless Wednesday - Lunch time

This was a dream come true for Dylan. He was not afraid and did not shudder when the slimy tongue touched his hand.


  1. Dylan is so brave! Oh my goodness :)

  2. What a sweet picture! I enjoyed reading your "about me". I am a teacher as well! It's great to have an open mind about what you have left to learn through life's experiences while reflecting on everything you've learned so far. I'm glad we've found each others blogs! I'm following you back!


  3. What an awesome pic! Thanks for the follow! Following you back!

  4. What a great shot! thanks for visiting my blog. I am now following you too and will check out your other posts!

  5. Hi Jillian, Great picture, I miss those days! Thanks for following my blog, I'm following back. :)

  6. Jillian: thanks for following my blog! glad you liked the Hemsworth candy. :) I have a lot of fun! Your blog is darling and I'm happy to be an avid follower!


  7. Oh wow... That is an amazing photo! He must have been in heaven! :)

  8. Wow, that giraffe looks huge! Great pic!!

  9. Great photo. I love giraffes.

  10. New follower via welcome Wednesday, would love if you followed back


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