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Happy Columbus Day!

In fourteen hundred and ninety two Columbus sailed the ocean blue. Do you remember learning that little rhyme in elementary school?  Speaking of elementary school it's also American Touch Tag Day - You're it!  I think playing tag was one of my favorite things to play as a kid. It was the game that never ended - you dodged and ducked from the hand coming towards you never thinking about how long you had been running around. Fun, fun fun!  If you have Columbus Day off get some people together and get a good game of tag going.

I didn't do much yesterday - Tom left early morning on his motorcycle for a business trip in Colorado. I took the day off from cleaning and cooking - did laundry, some shopping with Melissa, and relaxed the rest of the day.

Today my plan is to clean out the pumpkin I bought and use it as a center piece. I saw this in Southern Living and love the look.

http://www.southernliving.com/home-garden/decorating/fall-decorating-ideas-00417000079843/page12.html

Have a safe and happy Columbus and Tag Day!

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