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August 16, 2008


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Now that is what I call the PERFECT first day!


Oh, it all looks so lovely and wonderful! I'm coming back to read the whole post later but you've inspired me this morning.

And yes, I do believe little boys can use tape to scale great heights. :)

Oh, wow! What a perfect tradition for starting school! Looks like it WAS the perfect day!

What a lovely day!! You made it so very special for your children! (And those apples look SO yummy!)

I would have to totally agree with Alice, just perfect!

An awesome day! I'll try the baked apples with my kids on their first day, too.

How lovely your day looks. Happy new school year.

Many blessings to all!

wow, you actually got me motivated to get going!

How awesome! I love the idea of starting on the Feast of the Assumption.

I have a 5 year old in Kindergarten, too, so I will be visiting this blog to see how you are doing.

Best wishes for the school year!

Beautiful, Eileeny! Congratulations on a good start! (We'll be stealing some of your ideas.)
LOVE the picture of Unka Noney (that's my godson!!). See you guys this weekend, I hope!
Unka Theresa

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