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V is for Victory! Oh yeah!

Probably not what you think. Heh.

The past few days have been hectic-crazy for me, and today was no exception. So, sorry for this late V post, but after all the running around, and after wrestling with my spotty Wi-Fi (technology...GAH!), plus sick kids in the house, I finally feel...Victorious.

Also, this video totally rocks--especially if you're a Buffy fan (it'll make you feel victorious, too. Ha!). Take that, Edward Cullen!

Enjoy!

(I must add that I first saw this vid on M.J. Fifield's blog and I just had to absolutely share it with you all! Thanks, M.J.!)



6 comments:

julie fedderson said...

Awesome. I love Buffy with mad passion.

A.M.Supinger said...

LOL! I never watched Buffy before, but that video was hilarious!!!

Simon Kewin said...

Yeah, go Buffy!

Lynda R Young said...

lol, that was soooo funny!

Francene Stanley said...

I sympathize with you. Sometimes it's hard to find extra time in the day. Blog on!

http://francene-wordstitcher.blogspot.com/

Elizabeth Mueller said...

The video was brilliantly put together!


Elizabeth
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