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First Snow by Gerri Brousseau

Here in Connecticut, we are bracing for the arctic blast and our first snow storm of the season. The weather man is telling us it will be a dusting to about one inch. That’s not a lot, but it may … Continue reading

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Hell Night, Halloween Memories and a Contest by Gerri Brousseau

Today is the day before Halloween, more commonly referred to as “Hell Night” when people pull pranks on friends and neighbors. Common pranks in my day were soaping car windows and toilet papering someone’s house. Now, I never did any … Continue reading

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Halloween by Gerri Brousseau

Halloween is one of the world’s oldest holidays.  Some folklorists have detected its origins back to the Roman feast of Pomona (the goddess of fruits and seeds) or the festival of the dead called Parentalia.  It is more typically linked … Continue reading

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