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Papaw hidden under pile of stuffed pets

2014-08-12 - Shelbyville, KY - Photo by Pen. One would never in a thousand years guess who just buried poor Papaw in the world's biggest pile of stuffed animals. For Hailey and accomplice cousin Tillie, it was the most hilarious thing that ever happened - even funnier they thought a few moments later when even his face was covered. Papaw is maternal grandfather Ken Smith, of Flat Woods, Greenup Co., KY. Hailey's latest wisdom is when she prefaced a report to her father with, "When I was your age . . . " The little girl has been quite well received, both in the Smith clan and Waggeners, all of whom seem to like her right well - including paternal Grandparents Linda and Ed Waggener, Columbia, KY. Granddad, Ed Waggener
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