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Thursday, October 27, 2005

I SHALL SEEK AND FIND YOU...
I SHALL TAKE YOU TO BED AND HAVE MY WAY WITH YOU...
I WILL MAKE YOU ACHE, SHAKE AND SWEAT UNTIL YOU MOAN AND GROAN.
I WILL MAKE YOU BEG FOR MERCY... BEG FOR ME TO STOP.
I WILL EXHAUST YOU TO THE POINT THAT YOU WILL BE RELIEVED WHEN I'M FINISHED WITH YOU.
AND YOU WILL BE WEAK FOR DAYS.
ALL MY LOVE,


THE FLU
Now get your mind out of the gutter..............
and GO GET YOUR FLU SHOT

History of the Jack O' Lantern
The Jack O' Lantern tradition comes from an Irish myth about Stingy Jack who tricked the Devil twice and was denied entrance to Heaven for dealing with the Devil. The Devil would not allow him into Hell for tricking him, but sent him roaming the Earth with only a small light inside a carved out turnip. This ghostly figure was soon known as Jack of the lantern turning into Jack O' Lantern.
Soon villages carved turnips with scary faces to scare away Jack or any other evil spirits. Using a pumpkin to carve scary faces came after large waves of Irish immigrants moved to America. They found pumpkins were more available and much easier to carve out then turnips. Today Jack O' Lanterns can be seen throughout all neighborhoods on Halloween.

Halloween Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treating
· Young children should always go trick-or-treating with an adult.
· Wear a costume made of flame-resistant material and with reflective markings or bright colors.
· Only visit houses where the lights are on.
· Walk on sidewalks and driveways.
· Always cross the street at the corner or at a crosswalk.
· If possible, carry a flashlight and a cellular phone with you.
Check your children's candy before they eat it.

Thought for the day, to sick to think, just can't stay away from you!

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