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November 28, 2008


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Linda (minnemom)

Great post for today. I never would have thought to take pictures of all those things!

Angela Nickerson

Hope you had a happy Thanksgiving! Personally, I'm not quite ready to move on to Christmas, so I am happy to see a little Thanksgiving leftovers today! Ciao!

Rachel Burton

I suppose Plymouth would be the place to go for Thanksgiving displays! I hope you had a great holiday!


There must be a knick nack here for every occasion.


Reminds me of what my grandmother's living room used to look like! Great photos!


they look so lovely, in their own way, lined up together on their shelves. it'd be a shame to take them home really. for more than one reason.

great shots.
: )

Dominique King

I've always taken photos of things that tickled my fancy without really having any plans to use them. Now, I have an excuse to do so! :)

Seeing all these little Pilgrims in rows and rows and rows just struck me as funny when I saw them, and I had a camera with me...so I snapped the photo.

Thanks for visiting, everyone!

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