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The Nightmare Before Christmas?


The Nightmare Before Christmas?
Originally uploaded by msongbird.

They were on the fridge for two days before #2 Son noticed them. He touched the hand on the left and said, “Wha–what is this?!?”
Heeheehee.
Thanks, SpookyRach!
Don’t you just love the Stevenson quote?

10 thoughts on “The Nightmare Before Christmas?”

  1. I am exceedingly jealous. Our refrigerator doors have plastic sheets and don’t take magnets. Our fridge would look cool with some creepy magnet hands on it.
    All of Matt’s preschool artwork had to be taped up. “Honey-Do” lists are on large post-its. The alphabet letters were stuck on the clothes dryer. No magnet poetry…

  2. I think if you click through to Flickr you can see it better, but here, for the sake of ease, are the words:
    Some places speak distinctly. Certain dank gardens cry aloud for a murder; certain old houses demand to be haunted; certain coasts are set apart for shipwrecks.
    ~Robert Louis Stevenson

  3. And as you can see, we have a lot of words on the refrigerator all the time. I love finding what has been done with them by various children passing through.

  4. Glad you liked ’em! They look really good with all your magnetic poetry, I think.
    I am loving the magnet and card you sent in return. I’ll be posting it soon!

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