Monday, March 01, 2010

Monday Dose of Cute: Another Round of Hide and Seek


Can You Tell He Learned the Game from Dinky?

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  1. When I was in college in Columbia, Mo way back in the 60's, I would come from a Spring break from Illinois, and sometimes the Redbud trees would be in bloom all over the hills. I can't imagine anything more lovely to be remembering, and each Spring, no matter where I live (Oregon,now), I think of the Redbuds in March.

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