Re: Happy Halloween
One time on Usenet, margaret suran <margaret@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Happy Halloween to all!
Happy Halloween, Margaret!
The Great Pumpkin was here during the night. This morning I found a
book in front of the door, "Moosewood Restaurant New Classics".
Can anyone tell me about this book? Thank you.
It may not really have been the Great Pumpkin. My neighbors leave books
for me instead of throwing them away. :o) Especially cook books.
Your neighbors sound nice!
I've got a busy day planned myself. I got Buddy to school with
his entry in the pumpkin carving contest (he made a barfing
pumpkin, too cute), lunch w/Dad, parent-teacher conference this
afternoon, dinner with friends, decorating the Escape for "Trunk
Or Treat" at the school, then some house to house treat hunting
for an hour or so with other friends. I'm not complaining though;
Buddy is 10 now and soon enough we won't get to do this anymore...
Jani in WA
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