Friday, July 31, 2015

Summer Update

Hello Everybody,

Hope your summer is going well.  Ours has been busier than expected.  But we're still chugging along- more and more pages are being finalized.  Here's Charlie's favorite.  He loves it because he and his friends get to fight the bad guys.  Enjoy!  

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