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After this week I need some laughter...

This is something my son would enjoy reading...




Take a break and enjoy!!

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  1. This made my morning. Thanks for the laugh.

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  2. Haha love. Needed some of this on this rainy Friday!

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  3. Thanks for stopping by and contributing to the Cans For Comments :) And I love how you are doing things in school to help needy families during the holidays as well. One of the reasons I love this season.

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  4. Yes thanks for the laugh! I had a friend in high school who loved Calvin and Hobbes madly.

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  5. How funny! It's been so long since I've read comics. I used to steal that section every weekend!

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  6. I love Calvin and Hobbes, thanks for the laugh :)

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  7. I love Calvin and Hobbes :d following you!

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  8. I love Calvin and Hobbes! When I was in elementary school EONS ago, I used to always check out the Calvin and Hobbes books from the library. It was always my favorite. Thanks for the smiles.

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  9. I love the first one!!! I remember thinking it would be fun to flip over the swing as a child until I almost did and it nearly resulted in a black out from the bar on the back of my head.....

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  10. Cute, a lovely smile.

    Kerrie
    www.familyfoodandtravel.com

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  11. So cute, everyone needs a little levity.

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  12. After a long day this is great! Thanks for sharing =)

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  13. Sorry you had such a rough week. Hope this weekend brings you some warmth and rest. :)

    Blessings,
    Meredith

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  14. Hello! Found you VIA the Aloha Bog Hop...i'm excited to keep reading your blog...new follower :)

    lolalucy09.blogspot.com

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  15. Aww Calvin and Hobbes!! I haven't seen that comic in forever!!

    Thank you so much for participating in our Aloha Friday Blog Hop!! I am following you, of course!! Wishing you and yours a lovely week!!

    Aloha,

    Jean {What Jean Likes}

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