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Winter Weaponry

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Morgan came in from evening chores yesterday with her new sword!
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I’m not sure where it went. I think she ate it!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 3, 2013  

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  1. 2-3
    11:37
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    Nice one! Where’d she find it? We used to crunch on them when we were kids, even when they tasted “shingley” from coming off the roof.

  2. 2-3
    5:35
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    I know you aren’t a crime novelist, but look at the plot possibilities.

    Murder weapon melts away, never to be found?

  3. 2-4
    10:13
    am

    Hmmmmm..This was after she was grounded?………….LOL

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