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October 10, 2014

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lyle baxter

amazing! your town must be filled with great organizers and very talented artists! thanks for sharing the photos!

annie

After years of visiting your blog, it just occurred to me that I love your blog best in OCTOBER. The rest is pretty fine too, but ohhhh, October.

rebecca

stunning and astounding! thank you for each glorious peek into this love fest!

outside of haiku my heart, i have taken a year off from social media to practice silence, to take time to look deeply within. suddenly it is october and i feel myself resurfacing. what better way to return to the world of blogging then to share the art of remembering. i hope you will join me in this deeply meaning time of acknowledging our loved ones. xo

Kim Mailhot

What an incredibly creative and rich day of the dead celebration ! Such an amazing community you are a part of, Talented One !

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