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Magical Moment 536, "Trouble"

I'm expecting company! My sister Erica, and best friend Deb will arrive today. When Erica and I get together, things like this happen:

And when Deb and I get together, things like this happen:

And when my little sister, best friend, and I are all together in NYC for a week, it makes my husband go like this:

But he'll survive. What doesn't kill us makes us stronger, right?

The wig explanation:

How Deb and I have stayed best friends for nearly 18 years:

A pretty safe bet for the next week:


The Retired One said…
Love the premise of your magical moment per day...thanks for visiting my blog...hope you join(ed) on as a Follower, I just did on yours!
TexWisGirl said…
look out world, here they come!
Nazarina A said…
My husband just locks himself in the man cave LOL! Yep, that picture with you'll dancing looks familiar
Leontien said…
hahaha! ohhh i hope you have a great time!

Dawn said…
Oh I can feel a picture-fest coming on.
Oh have fun!!!!!
hey there! I see you visiting blogs I visit, what a nice blog you have! Nice to meet you, gary
lime said…
hahaha! we all need a friend like that! celebrate your purple hair groovy disco moving selves!

and thanks for stopping by my place :)
Steve Gravano said…
Hey, have some fun! It makes some of the best memories... and photos!
This is funny what you do with your sister! Hope you enjoy them...
Fresh Garden said…
Wonderful! Terrific!
Linda said…
I hope you're having a blast with Deb and Erica. Poor Eddie.
I hope you all are having a blast!
Busy Bee Suz said…
Cute photos....I hope you are all having a blast and that your hubby is surviving. :)

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