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October 18, 2007

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HHKaysie

A favorite thing to do--take a walk in the woods with my i-pod and singing out loud!

Julianne

Favorite Halloween candy: those delicious corn syrup pumpkins. I can't get enough of them.

What? No Dog the Bounty Hunter? I was hoping to see some pictures in early November.

Jenny from Chicago

I hand out jellybeans. One.at.a.time. It's very popular with the kids.

Beth F.

Anything with peanut butter and chocolate.

Who am I kidding? Anything with chocolate is just fine. I'm not picky.

I have to come up with a creative costume this year. My girlfriends and I are having a contest, the winner gets money, I must win. I don't think a hooker contest is going to win it this year.

And thanks a lot, now I'm craving Almond Joys.

Oh and I just got done with a wrapping paper fund raiser. I love that stuff. It's good crap.

Was my comment as random as your post?

peepnroosmom

Halloween candy? I never buy it until the day before or it won't make to Halloween. And I don't buy chocolate (i know, i know. kids hate me.) because I will eat it till it's gone.
I bought some Harley Davidson wrapping paper for a ridiculous price last week. Fund raiser.
No costumes yet.

rip, runnin and roarin

Halloween candy is bought and on top of the fridge, I don't think anyone has gotten into it, but I haven't checked either! I buy any kind of candy for the kids, usually buy the ones with the coolest looking wrappers! Selling wrapping paper now, wanna buy some? I do love the wrapping paper from fundraisers, it is usually thick and nice to wrap with!!!

Keli

Reading is a big source of relaxation, unless, in my case, the author takes four paragraphs to describe a doorknob. Then it gets on my nerves and I'm off to the next one.
We don't have any trick or treaters as the homes around here are too far apart.
I miss that fundraiser wrapper too! I don't wrap, but my husband sure liked it!

dodim

I used to live 4 blocks from the original Chipotle in denver. Our entire section of town was addicted - as was everyone who ventured over to try it. Some nights the wait was lined up past houses behind the building.

Yes, your addiction is understandable. (They used to call them "naked burritos")

And Sushi? Totally addicted myself!

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