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Adam B. Shaeffer

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There’s something up with these army men every Febtober… They’re always pulling some new shenanigans!


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Stuart Massie Adam wrote: "Stuart wrote: "I need you to blog more... =("

I actually have one I've written but need to type, and another that is a work in progress, but nearly complete. You'll probably end up seeing two in ..."


Yay!


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Adam Shaeffer Stuart wrote: "I need you to blog more... =("

I actually have one I've written but need to type, and another that is a work in progress, but nearly complete. You'll probably end up seeing two in the next week, I think.


Stuart Massie I need you to blog more... =(


Stuart Massie Heeeeey! You finished a book club book! Good work!


Patrick Not yet....


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Annie Finished with Percy Jackson! It was so much fun! I'll have it for you on Monday.


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