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Getting Ready For Spring

There’s just something about feeling a hint of Spring in the air that puts pep in your step. Yeah, we know. It’s been Spring for a little while now, but it’s getting into full swing around here, with all the joy that comes from the chittering and complaining of our resident squirrels and the attentive […]

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Welcome To 2013!

Wow. How is it possible that another year is upon us already? 2012 was a mixture of joy and troubles for most Americans, but we got through it together – even though the year seemed to go by in the blink of an eye. All of us here at Floozees Doozees want to wish you and […]

Hippie Santa

Peace On Earth, Man!

I recently stumbled across a cool photo of a hippie in Height-Ashbury, and my first thought was “Wow! It’s Hippie Claus!” Which, of course, made me think that it’s all a matter of perspective, isn’t it? Just as people think of Jesus Christ in different ways during Christmas and the Yule season, maybe we all […]

Autumn Is Still In Effect

Every season has its own, uniquely special beauty, but there is something about Autumn that sets it apart. Nearly all Americans have treasured memories of watching the trees turn from a uniform green to all varieties of gold, yellow and red as the seasons begin to turn from Summer to Winter. You can almost be […]

Modern Witch Misfit

Our Favorite Witches

What’s Halloween without a few witches? Whether you practice the traditions of Halloween or follow the age-old traditions of Samhain, you can never have too many witches in your stable! Throughout the most part of history witches have been feared and abhorred because they were thought to be vindictive, cast evil spells upon others and […]

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Where Did Jack-O-Lanterns Come From?

Each Halloween millions of Americans put out jack-o’-lanterns, whether they’re carved from fresh pumpkins or represented by some sort of plastic creation they bought in a store. But few people ever really wonder where the tradition came from. It’s just a tradition most of us have followed since we were kids. You might be surprised […]

 
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