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@kittykatkay wrote:

@Spurt ...I love your story!!!

 

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I love your automated Halloween card! 

Animals are reliable, full of love, true in their affections, grateful. Difficult standards for people to live up to.”
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@FlyersGirl 

 

A Happy Birthday To You!

 

(It’s also my father’s birthday).

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I am enjoying reading everyone's memories so much.  I agree, times have changed.  Aren't we the lucky ones to have grown up in a time where innocence, safety, love of family, friends and all kinds of gathering were just a simple way of life.

 

I also remember fall festivals at elementary school.  Remember bobbing for apples?

 

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I still have this book-the original hardcover.  My oldest sister bought it for me and she signed it in the full moon with AH's eye in an inside cover.  I miss her.

 

Alfred Hitchcock's Haunted Houseful: Alfred Hitchcock, Fred Banbery:  8601422393071: Amazon.com: Books

 

These Books Made Me: "Alfred Hitchcock's Haunted Houseful" — Dan Stout,  Writer

 

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Hello my sweet friend! What a wonderful post. I have enjoyed reading everyone's feedback. I remember bobbing for apples! What wonderful memories I have of that yearly tradition.