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Wednesday

WW: Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch. lol
And another reason (possibly) why we are trying to get speed bumps.
No. I didn't call the cops. And no I do not know if it was speeding. It was just something that happen in our day and my kids are always excited to see the cops.

 


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22 comments :

  1. Lol. I love the way you're peeping through the blinds. Hilarous.

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  2. LOL a girl after my own heart.

    A Nosy neighbor Lol

    HEY Where is all your snow? Brrr I'm freezing my butt of here. I need to move by you

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  3. I good lesson for the children. No speeding.
    Your link to My WW.

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  4. Crap, you caught me! Just kidding. :)

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  5. Nice to know they are keeping the neighborhood safe for the kids. (How comes it's only considered peeping when you are looking in :)

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  6. LOL, my kids get like that too when they see policemen!

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  7. This is too funny! Reminds me of a Law & Order episode...

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  8. Love the shots through the blinds.

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  9. I love that you took the picture through the blinds. LOL. Glad to see the cops enforcing the law.

    Happy WW!

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  10. HAHAHA-I LOVE when exciting stuff happens. I'm a SAHM-I live for the exciting moments like that! :)

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  11. Get it ALL on camera, girl—that's what I'm talking about! LOVE the nosy neighbor! LOL!

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  12. Love the peeking through the blinds photo! Hilarious.

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  13. I can relate! I have often plotted putting in my own speed bumps!
    http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2010/02/having-bad-day-your-day-is-nothing-in.html

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  14. How funny that you are out there taking pics. Maybe you should be a private eye! lol

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  15. Okay, first I have to ask your post features the front of a BEEautiful home. Is that where you live or where you want to live? That picture is wonderful! Anyway, HA Johnny Law has done it again, huh? Glad to see they're on the job! Good pic!

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  16. Strangest experience (to date) we've had with police where we lived (in the past) was when we were living in an apartment complex on the 2nd floor and we heard some commotion outside. We looked out the window and two policemen were chasing someone and then one of them did a running tackle on him and took him to the ground. They cuffed him and took him away.

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  17. I wish our street had speed bumps too.

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  18. Hope you get those speed bumps soon!

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  19. We have speed bumps on our street and I LOVE it! I thought I hated it at first, but it is SO nice that people have to slow down. There are still those few who race to each speed bump and then slam on their brakes (or those who just launch themselves over it), but for the most part it does what it's supposed to. If only they'd put the speed bumps on every street in our neighborhood!

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  20. As long as there aren't drawn weapons, I'm OK with it!

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