Mardi Gras parade

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Ain't no hundreds of thousands in Douglas, Mich.

http://tinyurl.com/ynkk9v (sorry, you have to see a car dealer ad
first)

My "crown" is a tube stuffed with old shoulder pads and wrapped with
trim. Found the jacket at a thrift and added glitz to the collar. Too
bad they don't show much of my bell cover...

Next year, battery lights.

--Karen D.


Re: Mardi Gras parade
Veloise wrote:
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very cool!!  We don't have anything here...guess were too far into the
coservative part of the country <sigh>.....one day I will make it to New
Orleans...my parents went one year (way before they got divorced) and
left me at home <sigh>

Larisa

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Veloise wrote:

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She sews!  She dances!!  She tubas!!  :)  Wonderful Karen!  Thanks so much
for sharing that.  Looked like a marvelous time was had by all!

Sharon

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Never try to teach a pig to sing. It's a waste of time and just annoys the
pig.

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Sharon wrote:
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:)

How you like Silent Sequin Butterfly Babe? She had on long underwear
with her get-up.

--Karen D.


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She was a hoot.  Flutter flutter flutter.  And I think long johns was
probably a good idea!!!  lol  Least y'all didn't have 3 feet of snow to
wade through during your parade. I don't think upstate NY had very many
outdoor Mardi Gras activities.  

They do a MG parade here on Fat Tuesday down by the U of AR campus every
year.  Just keep that in mind if, y'know, you want to go someplace a little
warmer next year, and can't swing a trip all the way to New Orleans.  ;)  

Sharon
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Never try to teach a pig to sing.  It's a waste of time and just annoys the
pig.

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