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Sunday, November 2, 2008

Kidstuff on Halloween Night

These are the pictures taken on Halloween Night. The Little monsters and fairies in their costumes. These kids were accompanied by their parents and it is still before nine in the evening and candies are gone so fast. I went to the other neighbor and I wear my witch hat and since I am only 5ft tall...i mean short hahaha...the neighbor thought i am a kid and since it is dark he didn't recognized me and came near me and said i have to choose the candy I want. HAHAHAHA.

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