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“And they have one called Pajama party the pink is covered in hearts!”
“So this year, consider creating an interior file in your soul called Pajama Day, and when things get crazed, out of nowhere, declare a blustery March Saturday Pajama Day, or a blistery August Sunday Pajama Day or any blessed day you feel like stopping and hanging out in your own holy wholeness.”
“Consider creating an interior file in your soul called Pajama Day, and when things get crazed, out of nowhere, declare any blessed day you feel like stopping and hanging out in your own holy wholeness.”
“It's a national workshop and it's called a Pajama Workshop because you can watch online from home in your pajamas, and it's free.”
“As far as that “branding company” scenario, I call bullshit: Roger Simon had a thread on his site a while back asking for commenters to rename Pajama; Open Source Media was one of the suggestions.”
“The lacklustre band name – picked because main members Neil and Sharon Finn formed Pajama Club while lounging in their jim-jams one night – is a terrible introduction to an unexpectedly off-kilter project by the Crowded House leader and his wife.”
“Remember his ‘Journalist’ gig with ‘The Pajama Network’ or something when they sent him to Israel?”
“Jaylee's first role was Babe in "The Pajama Game," and the theater group went through the whole catalog of Broadway musicals.”
“The development of literacy in children "lights a spark", says Anna Dewdney -- author of this year's featured book, Llama Llama Red Pajama -- that then "fuels their social, emotional and imaginative development".”
“I found myself humming a song from "Pajama Game": "Seven and a half cents doesn't mean a heck of a lot, doesn't mean a thing...but give it to me every hour, every day, every week, and that's enough for me to be living like a king.”
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