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The Morning After Halloween

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  • marilyn

    look out sugar high here we come…..

  • Mary Anne

    This picture reminds me of the day after New Yrs Eve, or the day after Christmas in yrs past, ha!
    Kinda makes ya sick, doesn’t it?
    Let’s all toss out our Pumpkins. Drag out our Fall & Winter clothings, blankets etc. and FALL BACK together. Fall into each others arms and embrace each other during this seasonal change.
    Email, Snail mail (remember that?), phone a FRIEND! Go to depression support groups both here as well as in person. Fall 9 times but GET UP 10 !
    love to all my friends, Mary Anne

  • Ben

    Today (November 1) is All Saints Day. Of course yesterday including last night was All Hallows or Holy Eve. The day before All Saints Day.I love EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network) You will see movies on major saints like Bernadette, St.John Bosco and my favorite, Saint Maria Goretti. Wonderful true stories.
    Enjoy,
    Ben

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