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First Day of School

I realize the irony that it is actually going on the sixth week of school and I'm just getting First Day of School photos uploaded. Look at it this way - at least it's the current year. I'm doing better.


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  1. Iva, the kids have grown!!!!! TY very much for sharing. Blessings

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  2. Nobody looks very enthusiastic!

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  3. Thanks, Linda. Yes, they have. I just don't know how to stop it! [grin]

    Ronnica - you noticed that, too, huh? I haven't decided if it's not being excited about going back to school or the pictures. I suspect it's the pictures...although my crew is very photogenic, rarely do they really want their picture taken. It's such a shame, too.

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